Villa Milano at Rancho Sin Vacas Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Villa Milano at Ranchos Sin Vacas is a small community in Tucson located on the east side of Calle Sin Envidia right inside the gated Sin Vacas subdivision. The community boasts Tuscan-style homes surrounded by beautiful views of the Catalina Foothills during the day and shimmering night time views of Tucson’s city lights. Its peaceful settings along with its convenient location is what makes Villa Milano a desirable community to live in. A home in this community ranges between $500,000 and $800,000.
Villa Milano at Ranchos Sin Vacas offers its residents a Community Clubhouse equipped with pool, kitchen, fireplace and a few meeting rooms for business people. The Mediterranean Tuscan homes found within this community boast spacious floor plans ranging from 1,840 to 2,900 square feet. Granite counter tops, tile floors, custom luxury wood cabinets and dramatic high ceilings are just a few amenities. Majestic saguaros, prickly pears, ironwood trees and other natural desert plants can be admired in the surrounding areas.
Sport enthusiasts may enjoy the vicinity of two country clubs: Skyline Country Club and la Paloma Country Club. Those who enjoy hiking on the other hand, may take advantage of several walking trails of different difficulty levels.
The Amphitheater School District serves the area, including Harelson Elementary School, Canyon Del Oro High School and Cross Middle School.
People who love to shop on the other hand, may enjoy the closeness to ”La Encantada” off East Skyline Drive, a retail outlet offering upscale stores and restaurants. While the small community at Villa Milano offers closeness to several amenities, a car will be needed to run most errands.
Rancho Sin Vacas literally means ”ranch without cows.” Its name likely derives from the fact that originally this piece of land was state-owned and mainly used for the grazing of cattle. Once William Jack Holliday, a steel manufacturer from Indianapolis, purchased this piece of land, he fenced it, made it a winter residence and named it ”Rancho Sin Vacas.”