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Sunflower

Continental Ranch

Del Webb

Years built 1998-2002

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One of the best values in Tucson.

Pros: Low HOA assessments, Close to I-10

Cons: No golf course.

Sun City Vistoso

Oro Valley

Del Webb

Years built 1995

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Close to city, yet quiet and secluded. 

Pros: Restaurant, The Views Golf Club

Cons: 25 minutes from I-10.

Heritage Highlands
 

Dove Mountain

Lenar

Years built 1999

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Dove Mountain beauty. 

Pros: Restaurant, The Golf Club

Cons: Slightly remote.

Del Webb Dove Mountain

Northwest
 

Years built 2017-2021

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One of the newest 55+ communities inTucson.

Pros: Low HOA assessments, No Golf Course

Cons: Outside town, no golf course.

Saddlebrooke

Saddlebrook Catalina

Robson

Years built 1987-present

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A very well planned Robson 55+ community. 

Pros: Restaurants, Three Golf Clubs, Beautiful Scenery and amenities.

Cons: 30 minutes from I-10 or the city and higher prices.

Saddlebrooke Ranch

Oracle

Robson

Years built 2008-present

Farther from city, and quite secluded. 

Pros: Restaurant, Saddle Brooke Ranch Golf Club

Cons: 35 minutes from I-10 and 30 minutes from Tucson

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Casa Del Oro Norte

NorthWest

Complies to 
HUD rules.

Years built Late '60s

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Exclusive Omni Tucson National 

Pros: Beautiful golf an park surroundings.

Cons: Older neighborhood.

All Southern Arizona
55+

Southern Arizona

Complies to 
HUD rules.

Years built 1985-Present

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Pros: 10 degrees on average lower temperature than Phoenix and Sun City. Close to Saguaro National Park, Catalina State Park and many Golf options.

Cons: No well developed interstate system.

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