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Telesis Terrace Apartments for Rent

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The wide open neighborhood of Telesis Terrace, located in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, is made up of spacious ranch, block, and Spanish-style homes. Rock gardens, cacti, and native desert scenery paint the picture of the rural Southwest.

Home interiors reflect the ruggedness of the land. Large beams in ceilings are softened by curving archways, and tile floors are accented with Native American artistry. Earth tones are predominant, with sharp contrasts of deep reds and turquoise in decorative features.

Telesis Terrace is a neighborhood recognized for its land, open and inviting to neighbors. Homes are spread out on large lots. Wide open skies and irresistible scenic views are expected and appreciated. Sunsets are spectacular from Telesis Terrace, vivid and warm and covering the entire desert sky.

Home prices vary in Telesis Terrace. Homes have been built over the course of more than 30 years, and each is priced accordingly, depending on its condition and the features offered. Some have private pools and covered patios. Many are in gated communities and have special guest quarters.

From Telesis Terrace, one can day hike and picnic in the Santa Catalina Mountains and Saguaro National Park. Less adventurous excursions are available to residents at local parks. Morris K. Udall Park has many amenities available to visitors: sports fields for outdoor games, a senior center and dog off-leash area.

At the Agua Caliente Regional Park, residents can observe all sorts of wildlife. Viewing areas are present so visitors can observe insects and animals in their natural habitats. Water features at the park support the natural environment.

Telesis Terrace is a family community merging great outdoor adventure with modern convenience and entertainment.

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