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One of Tucson, Arizona’s many neighborhoods is Sonora Ranch Villages, located off of West Valencia Road. Streets in the neighborhood include West Kerr Street, South Giuliani Avenue, and West Babbitt Court. This neighborhood resides in zip code 85757.

This community has a suburban feel. The houses are new, built within the last decade, and sit close to one another. They are contemporary and have a similar look and feel. The floor plans make the most of the allotted space for any given house. Sidewalks line the streets, making the area easily accessible to dog owners, joggers, and parents with strollers. Sonora Ranch Villages is an ideal setting for families.

Schools in the area include Laura N. Banks Elementary School, Desert Mosaic Charter School, Anna Lawrence Intermediate School, and Cholla High Magnet School. Churches in the area include Tucson Mountain Baptist Church and Calvary Assembly of God. Mission San Xavier del Bac is a major attraction in Tucson and is eight miles from Sonora Ranch Villages. This centuries-old church features gorgeous architecture and mosaics.

Starr Pass Golf Resort is also eight miles from the neighborhood and offers an outstanding golf course. Tucson Mountain Park on North Kinney Road is six miles away. This park is home to more than 60 miles of trails, which can be used for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum also draws a crowd and offers a memorable experience.

Sonora Ranch Villages is 12 miles from downtown Tucson and its convention center, business district, trendy restaurants, and many attractions. This distance is a manageable commute for Sonora Ranch Villages’ residents who work downtown. Tucson International Airport is also 12 miles from the neighborhood.


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