Plaza Del Oro Apartments for Rent

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Plaza Del Oro is a condominium community nestled in the Casas Adobes district in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains north of downtown Tucson, Arizona. It is a desert community featuring cactus, desert palms and other desert vegetation. Great views of the nearby mountains are a feature here.

There are several public, Catholic and Christian schools in the area.

Several great places to eat are nearby, including the very highly rated Jax Kitchen.

Golfers will love the easy access to top local courses, including the Quail Canyon Golf Course. The Pusch Ridge Course is at the very base of the mountains.

A favorite hotel and resort location is the Westward Look Resort. It features spectacular views of both the mountains and the desert and has two highly-rated restaurants.

The Santa Catalina Mountains are the biggest draw here. You can hike, bike, climb, camp, go horseback riding or simply find a place to watch a spectacular sunset.

The Casas Adobes Plaza is an historic upscale shopping area that features boutiques and six restaurants in a relaxed atmosphere.

Also nearby is the Valley of the Moon. It was built in the 1920s and caters especially to kids. It has caves, pools, mineralized rock cliffs and miniature gardens that blend in with the natural vegetation of the desert.

Downtown Tucson has an appeal all its own with its many restaurants, theatres, historic sites, museums and nightlife choices.

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513 West Panorama Rd., Tucson, AZ 85704 Map

(520) 762-6533 Check Availability
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951 W. Orange Grove Rd., Tucson, AZ 85704 Map

(520) 369-5223 Check Availability
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990 E. River Rd., Tucson, AZ 85718 Map

(520) 369-5147 Check Availability
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115 W Limberlost Rd., Tucson, AZ 85705 Map

(877) 343-1091 Check Availability
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4225 N. First Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85719 Map

(520) 314-0040 Check Availability
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