Solar Village Apartments for Rent
The list of directions to get to the Solar Village Neighborhood, hidden deep in the Catalina Foothills, could confuse even the most sophisticated GPS system, yet once there, the breathtaking view of the Santa Catalina Mountains makes the journey worth the trouble. The wide stretch between homes filled with the natural desert landscape can make the busy city of Tucson, Arizona seem a lifetime away.
The Solar Village Neighborhood rests neatly among the jagged foothills with the Northern boundary aligned to the back of the properties on the north side of East Solar Place. The homes, which follow the East Solar Place cul-de-sac around the eastern side, are open to a foothill crevice. The Solar Village Neighborhood’s southern border also includes the houses on the north side of East Tourmaline Drive. Bauxite Way is the western border and the neighborhood’s connection to the world.
The large Ranch and Spanish-style homes would be a treasure on their own, built in the 1970s with a classic durability and style that remains timeless. The combination of the spectacular view, and the lavishly styled homes would make it difficult to venture out, yet if the residents find the will, there are many ways to spend their days. A few twisting and turning canyon roads away is the Tucson Country Club to the west.
The Catalina State Park to the north has many hiking trails and picnic areas, Lincoln Park and the Fred Enke Golf Course are to the south. For shopping, movies and most restaurants the residence have to leave the canyons for the valley stores. There is no public transportation available; also, the community has no sidewalks and narrow roads. Tucson, Arizona is a bicycle friendly city, yet both vehicles and cyclist must use caution on the blind-curved canyon roads: safety first.