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The Tucson Mountains, calming desert sands, and curious-looking cacti surround the neighborhood of Kinney Village in Tucson, Arizona. Pristine landscaping provides the backdrop for the tastefully-styled townhomes in this neighborhood.

Kinney Village is in the 85713 zip code of Pima County. It lies to the northwest of Kinney Road and is a part of the Tucson Mountain Sanctuary. Nearby neighborhoods include Sierra Villas, Tucson Estates, and Starr Ridge.

Commuting is a breeze for Kinney Village residents. The community is just minutes from Interstate 10, Interstate 19, and downtown Tucson, where some of the major area employers are located. The downtown area is also home to upscale restaurants, chic stores, and exciting entertainment options.

Nearby schools include Vesey Elementary School, Valencia Middle School, Tucson High School, Pima Community College, and the University of Arizona. The historic University of Arizona has played a key role in the development of the greater Tucson area. It boasts a prestigious faculty, a wide array of academic endeavors, and it plays a big part in community outreach programs.

Lovers of the outdoors thrive here. The views offered by area biking and hiking trails never get old, and the scenery truly is a photographer’s paradise. Those who enjoy a calming, picturesque car ride can cruise along Gates Pass Road, the Ironwood Forest, and Picture Rocks Road.

There are many parks and attractions nearby, including the Saguaro National Park, Tucson Mountain Park, and the Desert Museum. Giant cacti characterize Saguaro National Park. Tucson Mountain Park is a 20,000-care Sonoran Desert nature preserve. It contains a superb saguaro forest. Hikers, horseback riders, cyclists, picnickers, and campers are known to flock here.


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