Sunnyslope Apartments for Rent
Breathtaking views from the Saguaro National Park are the backdrop for the small neighborhood of Sunnyslope in north Tucson.
Located directly to the east of Sunnyslope, the Saguaro National Park borders the entire eastern portion of the neighborhood, creating privacy and seclusion for the residents there. Not only does the park exhibit mountain views, but it provides ample opportunities for hiking, nature watching, skiing, fishing, and picnics.
Access to the Sunnyslope neighborhood is from East Hardy Road. Streets in the neighborhood consist of Sunny Slope Drive, East/North Newport Drives, and East/North Glenhurst Drives.
Cacti and meticulous desert landscaping are common in this established neighborhood. Many of the homes provide mid-century architecture, having been built in the 1950s and 1960s, although there are some newer homes throughout the neighborhood, as well. There is a mixture of single-family homes and townhomes in Sunnyslope. Home lots are spacious—often measuring two acres or more. Houses are secluded from each other, and neighbors are often not visible. There are no sidewalks in Sunnyslope, but the rural environment of the area provides ample opportunity for walking and biking throughout the neighborhood.
Children living in Sunnyslope attend Harelson Elementary School, Cross Middle School, and Canyon Del Oro High School. For older students, the University of Arizona is a quick 20-minute drive south from the neighborhood.
Fast food and dine-in restaurants are close by on North Oracle Road. Large retail outlets, coffee shops, and grocery stores are located in the same area.
The neighborhood of Sunnyslope provides breathtaking views in a secluded section of town, with excellent proximity to parks, schools, and daily amenities.