North Central Arizona

Relocation

Relocate to Arizona

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin non arcu et mi posuere congue. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

Learn More
Getting Advice

Find Your Answers

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Proin non arcu et mi posuere congue. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.

Learn More

North Central Arizona's name comes from an earlier Spanish name, Arizonac, derived from the O'odham name alĭ ṣonak,

Properties for Sale in North Central Arizona

$260,000
 
50

111 W Forrest Feezor Street Corona de Tucson

bedroom 3 Beds
bath 2 Baths
sqft 2,616 +/- Square Feet
Custom ranch style home on double lot, backed against a 250' equestrian way. This superbly built 3 bedroom 2 bath home is spacious both inside and out. Both the living and family rooms have glass doors leading out to the huge covered patio. Enjoy mountain, desert, and sunset views from the expansive back yard. Share your meals at the breakfast bar or the formal dining room. Granite counter-tops sparkle with brilliance from the kitchen skylight.
Courtesy:

Office: Tierra Antigua Realty

Compare
$124,500
 
Under contract
11

18225 S Rustling Leaf Trail 52 Corona de Tucson

3 Acres +/-
zoning Other - Zoning
WONDERFUL VIEWS of the Tucson VALLEY LIGHTS and all SURROUNDING MTN RANGES from this end of the cul-de-sac, 3.27 AC BEAUTY!Best lot available in the Subdivision, Lot 52 borders State of AZ Land for great privacy and tranquility. Level site for easy building conditions and surrounding homes are built. Huge buildable area up to 24,000 sq. ft. Underground utilities including sewer, and award winning Vail schools make this a must see site, And
Rick Sack rick@BuyTucsonLots.com (520) 918-5477
Courtesy:

Office: Long Realty Company

Compare
$19,900
 
4

1018 S Houghton Road (unit -) Corona De Tucson

1 Acres +/-
zoning Other - Zoning
This is the site of your new dream house with valley and mountain. NO HOA! This 1.12 acre lot is located in the Santa Rita Foothills in exclusive Corona de Tucson community. Boarding to the east of this quiet lot is the Coronado National Forest natural preserve. You'll enjoy the fabulous views and starry nights from the gentle sloping foothills location. Electric is already on lot, you'll just need to bring your building plans and get going.
Courtesy:

Office: AZ Wide Realty

Compare
$18,000
 
4

106 S Richmond Drive 67 Corona de Tucson

zoning Other - Zoning
Listing Agents are related to the seller, This lot is located out in the growing community of Corona De Tucson, Located in the Vail School District. Vacant lot.
Courtesy:

Office: My Home Group Real Estate, LLC

Compare
$6,000
 
1

E Montgomery Avenue Corona de Tucson

zoning Other - Zoning
This golf cart path for the former Santa Rita Golf Course sports majestic views of the Santa Rita Mountains. This parcel is too small to build on, but it is one of the few legal and physical access points to the 34-acre Parcel 305-24-219A.
Tom Starrs TomStarrs@LongRealty.com (520) 258-9380
Courtesy:

Office: Long Realty Company

Compare

TARMLS LogoThe information being provided by the Tucson Association of REALTORS® exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use, and it may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. The data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS.

Information Deemed Reliable But Not Guaranteed. All information should be verified by the recipient and none is guaranteed as accurate by ARMLS. ARMLS Logo indicates that a property listed by a real estate brokerage other than Long Realty. Copyright 2019 Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. All rights reserved.

Listing information last updated on August 21st, 2019 at 5:29pm MST.

View all Listings for Sale in North Central Arizona

In the sixties, North Central Arizona's retirement communities were developed. These were special age-restricted subdivisions catering exclusively to the needs of senior citizens; they attracted many retirees who wanted to escape the harsh winters of the Midwest and the Northeast. Sun City, established by developer Del Webb and opened in 1960, was one of the first such communities. Green Valley, south of Tucson, was another such community, designed as a retirement subdivision for Arizona's teachers. Many senior citizens from across the U.S. and Canada come to Arizona each winter and stay only during the winter months; they are referred to as snowbirds.