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Sabino Vista is one of Tucson’s most scenic communities, with its panoramic views of the Santa Catalina Mountains to the north, the Rincon mountains to the east, and the Tucson valley to the south. This sought-after residential community contains over 240 homes located at the end of Larrea Lane.

This prestigious neighborhood features a wide variety of homes built in several phases beginning in 1978. The houses are a mixture of classic Southwest styles, such as hacienda and territorial. Sabino Vista encompasses area code 85750 and is minutes from River Road and Tanque Verde. It includes Brookhill, Fernhill, Brookwood, Ridgewood, Ridgebrook, Hillwood, and Cresthill Drives. The area is primarily residential.

Of the many appealing features of Sabino Vista are its rolling hills, picturesque winding roads, and mature landscaping that includes mesquite, eucalyptus, and pine trees, as well as the stately saguaro. The idyllic streets with their mountain views are often filled with walkers, runners, and bikers.

Sabino Vista boasts its own Pool and Recreation Center complete with two tennis courts, a 25-meter lap pool and a 4,000-gallon children’s pool, year-round heated outdoor spa that can seat up to eight people, and a 2,000-square foot association clubhouse for parties, events, and meetings. A homeowner’s association allows residents to be as involved in the community as they choose.

Nearby destinations include Sabino Canyon, located in the Santa Catalina Mountains, and the Coronado National Forest. This popular recreation area has hiking trails that feature large waterfalls, and the area is home to wildlife such as deer, javelina, skunks, tortoises, rattlesnakes, and mountain lions.

No one knows for sure where the name “Sabino” comes from, but many have speculated that the canyon was named after Sabino Otero, an 1800s area rancher, while others have suggested that the name comes from the Spanish word “sabino,” meaning red.

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