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We are relocating to Tucson and would like some info on homes, neighborhoods, safety of this area. Thanks!

Asked by Cwease, Ann Arbor, MI Mon Apr 20, 2009

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This question is about Kino Learning Center: http://www.trulia.com/schools/AZ-Tucson/Kino_Learning_Center/

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Cwease,
There are number of properties for sale in this immediate area. Here is a sample of few. If you would give me an idea of what you are looking for, I would be able to send you some information.
Follow this link to see the page:

<A HREF="http://www.flexmls.com/link.HTML?rogrwu8dh8t,12,1">Click to view listing(S)</a>


This link is valid until 12/30/2010.

Georeg Szkup
GeoSzk@WBhsi.net
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Nov 30, 2010
The Kino Learning Center is on First Avenue, between Orange Grove and Ina Roads. This is the western area of the Catalina Foothills, on the north side of Tucson. This is a very nice area; close to town and shopping etc., but up in the foothills, with lots of views and open space. Most of the homes in the area were built on acre lots, between 1960 and 1990, but there are also some newer homes and a couple of neighborhoods with smaller lots. (I live in an older neighborhood a few blocks north of the school and there are 3 homes for sale in our subdivision.) I'll be glad to send you information on the area.

First Avenue is the dividing line between the 85704 and 85718 zip codes. You'll see the area west of the school referred to as the "Casas Adobes" area. The Casas Adobes shopping plaza is at the intersection of Oracle and Ina Roads, a little over a mile west of the school. The school is near the wash that comes down from Pima Canyon, south of Pusch Ridge (which is the west face of the Santa Catalina Mountains). There is a lot of wildlife that travels along the washes. I just walked by a hawk sitting on a fountain at eye level, watching me go by less than twenty feet from him. This is a pretty safe area, but the public safety website given in the previous response is where people should look for that information. There are resorts, parks, shops, and lots of good restaurants nearby.

HowardRoth@remax.net
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 20, 2009
I'd be happy to send you information about this general area, i.e. the northwest part of Tucson.
Please email directly at: nicolebf@aol.com and check out my website at http://www.nicolebrulefisher.com, so I can get a better idea of exactly what you are looking for.
I live and work in the area, and so I know it well!

Nicole Brule-Fisher, Realty Executives Southern Arizona
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Apr 20, 2009
Hi,

My cousin went to Kino School, and a daughter of one of my clients currently attends. That is a very desirable area of Tucson. I would be happy to send you a free relocation packet with info on areas of town, things to see and do, and resources for schools, libraries, public services, etc. You can also learn more about Tucson on my website, http://www.maryediaz.com.
For safety, visit Pima County or City of Tucson Police Dept's websites. They have very good information online. Those websites are:
http://tpdinternet.tucsonaz.gov/Stats/ (Tucson)
http://www.pimasheriff.org/Crime/Page/441/Show.aspx
Feel free to contact me personally if I can answer any questions for you.
Sincerely,
Mary
Cell: (520) 549-8769 or Toll-Free (800) 279-2211 x1661
MDiaz@longrealty.com
Visit my website at http://www.maryediaz.com

Mary E. Diaz, GRI, AHDC, REALTOR®
Master of Real Estate Society
Historic Real Estate Program National Trust for Historic Preservation
Long Realty Company
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