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Located in south central Tucson, the Valencia Reserve South neighborhood is largely residential with affordable homes and desert landscaping. Conveniently located near Interstate 10, the Valencia Reserve South neighborhood offers an easy commute to the area’s largest employers: Raytheon and IBM.

The community is also a convenient commute to Tucson International Airport and a 10-minute drive to the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Serving as home to the Air Force fighter units and support, the base is probably most famous for its “Boneyard,” the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center, which is one of the largest aircraft junkyards in the world.

Residents of Valencia Reserve South have easy access to the University of Arizona, Tucson. This “public ivy” school offers more than 130 areas of study and affords its students degrees at all levels, including PhD programs and professional certifications. Several of its programs consistently rank in the top 25 in the nation, according to the magazine US News and World Report.

Also nearby is the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium (formerly known as Tucson Electric Park), which has served as a baseball stadium for both major and minor leagues. Other recreational pursuits popular in Tucson include golfing with a nearly unlimited selection of courses, hiking in the Santa Catalina mountains, and even skiing and snowboarding at Mount Lemmon, the southernmost ski destination in the US.

Downtown Tucson offers Valencia Reserve South residents abundant shopping, dining, and entertainment possibilities. The city also offers a variety of celebrations through the year, including the annual Tucson Folk Festival, the Tucson Rodeo each spring, and All Souls Procession Weekend, one of the largest events in the city.

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