Las Lindas Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
With a pleasing blend of California hacienda style homes and contemporary moderns with red tile roofs, the Las Lindas neighborhood reflects an upscale lifestyle. Las Lindas is bound by West Linda Vista Boulevard with access by Highland Avenue. The neighborhood is also accessible from West Overton Road via North Cam De La Tierra to North Crestone Drive. It is in zip code 85742.
Only a few blocks away along West Linda Vista Boulevard is a neighborhood treasure, the 513-acre Arthur Pack Regional Park. Youth sports fields are here as well as a public golf course, Crooked Tree. In the same area are everyday conveniences, such as a large grocery store and pharmacy.
Large malls are close by and some of the newest and most upscale are in north Tucson. Foothills Mall, on North La Cholla Boulevard, has cinemas and quality restaurants in addition to high-end retailers. The more traditional Tucson Mall is about 10 miles away, with four department stores and over 200 specialty shops.
Recreational areas abound, from nearby Santa Catalina State Park and Picacho Peak State Park to the numerous natural areas and Saguaro National Park. Even the urban parks provide unexpected opportunities, such as Tucson Mountain Park, with 62 miles of trails for hikers, bikers, and equestrians. The Santa Cruz River Park has walking trails along the river.
The Reid Park Zoo is near the Randolph Municipal Golf Course. Children will enjoy the zoo train and the Kenya Get Wet water play area. The zoo is about fifteen miles from Las Lindas.
The Tucson Museum of Art houses exhibits while preserving historic buildings. For example, Arts and Crafts pieces are displayed in the J. Know Corbett House, a mission-revival home. The area around the museum is rich in historic and cultural sites.