Jacs Meadows Apartments for Rent
Between the Catalina Foothills and the Saguaro State Park is the Jacs Meadows neighborhood. As the streets of Tucson approach the rising foothills, the neighborhood claims large stretches of desert. The rural atmosphere makes it comfortable for businesses to operate out of homes without taxing the tranquility of the community.
The Jacs Meadows neighborhood has a northern edge that touches East Glenn Street. North Houghton Road marks the eastern line. The Jacs Meadows properties back up to the St. John on the Desert Church to the south, and the rear of the properties on North Tomahawk Road is the western boundary. This makes Jacs Place the neighborhood cul-de-sac.
Even in the middle of the foothills, it is easy to find plenty for residents to do. The Catalina State Park and the Santa Catalina Mountains are to the north. The Villa Alegre Park and the Saguaro National Park are situated to the east, and the Madera Village Shops are to the west. The Eastside Case Park is to the south of the Jacs Meadows neighborhood.
The homes in this community were built in the 1970s. They rest on large plots of land, with comfortable stretches between residences. The desert landscaping slowly fades into the natural scenery in the shadow of the Santa Catalina Mountains. The neighborhood is set far back enough to be free of the ambient light of Tucson, making the night sky come alive with a seemingly endless view of the stars.