Sabino Terrace Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Sabino Terrace is right off of Synder road, approaching the beautiful Sabino Canyon area and not too far from Ventana Canyon.
In the community of Sabino Terrace, you can find homes, townhomes, condominiums, and apartments that celebrate the outdoors by their proximity to the beautiful area canyons. The average pricing of abodes in this area is $109,000, which provides about 1,090 square footage of living space. This pricing does increase drastically as you move away from townhomes into single-family dwellings.
Sabino Terrace is a highly sought ought location within a large subdivision of homes, where one is close to the splendor of the foothills but can easily commute to the more marketed places of town, such as the popular and thriving Park Mall and Madera Village Shopping Center. There are many wonderful restaurants to choose from in the Sabino Terrace area, such as Zona 78 and Bistro 44.
In the community of Sabino Terrace, you’ll find mostly stucco homes built within the last 30 years, with most of the homes built in the early 1980s.
Hiking is a popular pass-time in nearby Mt. Lemmon, which is part of the Coronado National Forest and provides wonderful views of Pusch Ridge. The trails are about 5.8 miles long and have about an 8,000-foot elevation. Mt. Lemmon is also a great skiing destination during the winter months and has some memorable getaway lodges and curio shops.
Sabino Terrace once belonged to Mexico, but was part of the Gadsen purchase in 1854. The mountains that are part of the Santa Catalina Mountain range started to form about 12 million years ago and were home to the early Hohokam Indians. This is now a thriving social ground for many flocking from the city.
Outdoor foothill’s living was never better and more affordable than at Sabino Terrace.