Ironwood Acres Apartments for Rent
Ironwood Acres is a small, primarily residential neighborhood of Casas Adobes in the 85742 zip code. It’s bordered to the north by West Overton Road and to the south by West Hardy Road. North Shannon Road serves as its eastern border, while North Cam De La Tierra serves as its western border.
In addition to the sprawling, well-manicured lawns of Ironwood Acres and its tree-lined streets, there are many green havens within easy walking distance. Outdoors lovers will enjoy the Arthur Pack Regional Park, which is only a fraction of a mile west of the neighborhood. This ADA-accessible park offers a playground for children, batting cages, an 18-hole golf course, a basketball court, ten baseball/softball fields, walking paths, lit multiple-use sports fields, and picnic areas.
The Tohono Chul Park is only a few minutes southeast of the community. The 49-acre nature preserve offers several well-manicured gardens, a museum, walking paths, special event facilities, and art displays. Linda Vista Neighborhood Park, Richardson Park, Sunset Point Neighborhood Park, and Denny Dunn Neighborhood Park are also nearby.
Ironwood Acres is very family-friendly. It is served by several private schools and the Marana Unified School District. Children in the neighborhood can attend Ironwood Elementary School, which is renowned for the academic achievements of its students. They may also attend Discovery Learning Center, Mesa Verde Elementary School, or La Petite Academy. Older teens can attend Mountain View High School or Ironwood Ridge High School.
Educational opportunities near the neighborhood also extend far beyond the classroom. Two kid-friendly museums, the GPD Toy Train Museum and the T-Rex Museum, are within a short driving distance. The Tucson Musicians Museum and the Arizona State Museum are other important attractions within proximity to Ironwood Acres.