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Monte Cielo Apartments for Rent

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The Monte Cielo neighborhood is located in Tucson, Arizona and is bordered by East Skyline Drive and East Ina Road. This desert community is comprised of mostly single-family, ranch-style homes enjoying beautiful views of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Catalina Foothills, and the surrounding desert.

The Catalina Foothills High School, Sunrise Drive Elementary School, and Orange Grove Middle School provide the community with its educational needs. Higher learning opportunities are available at the Arizona State University and Pima Community College.

The area is convenient to local shopping centers such as the Bel Air Plaza Shopping Center, Invisible Shield Foothills Mall, and El Con Mall. The St. Phillip’s Plaza offers shopping as well as fine dining and nighttime entertainment. The Acacia and Vivace Restaurants, located in the St. Phillip’s Plaza, feature unique menu selections and a happy hour that is a must for local residents. The Level Bar and Lounge serves signature cocktails, while guests enjoy a live DJ for their listening enjoyment and fun on the dance floor.

There are hundreds of parks located in the Tucson area. Parks convenient to the Monte Cielo community are The George Mehl Foothills District Park, Tohono Chul Park, Catalina State Park, Gene C. Reid Park, and Rillito Park.

The Sabino Canyon Recreation Area is nestled in the foothills of Arizona’s Catalina Mountains. The oasis of Catalina Canyon is one of the most scenic spectacles in Arizona. The park begins at an altitude of 2,800 feet and rises to 3,000 feet. The park is a favorite picnic spot for locals and has numerous picnic tables and restrooms reached by shuttle, hiking, or biking. There are many trails throughout the park with difficulty ratings that range from easy to extreme.


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