Catalina Foothills Communities

The Catalina Foothills were first developed in the 1930’s to create a lifestyle that would attract wealthy families from the East Coast and Midwest. The plan was to develop large properties that would preserve the beauty of the Sonoran desert. Today the Catalina Foothills are an established and peaceful area that roughly 50,000 people call home. Foothills residents hail from all over the U.S. and other countries, making the area an exciting and diverse place to reside.

Ventana Canyon Country Club

Ventana Canyon Country Club

A highly desirable and popular community, Ventana Canyon Country Club is one of Tucson’s finest premiere luxury gated golf communities. Encompassing more than 1,100 acres of high desert in the breathtaking Catalina […]

Skyline Country Club

Skyline Country Club
Lush greens, blue skies and contemporary luxury living all come together at the Skyline Country Club in Tucson. For those in search of the best in luxury living with golf included, the Skyline […]

Sabino Vista

Sabino Vista
Nestled in the Catalina Foothills along the Tanque Verde Creek is the quiet luxury bedroom community of Sabino Hills. Sabino Vista is located close to downtown Tucson as well as Oro Valley. The development […]

La Paloma

La Paloma

With gorgeous city views and its luxury golf resort lifestyle, the staffed gated community of La Paloma is located in the Catalina Foothills just North of Tucson. With the promise of incredible mountain vistas, […]

Fairfield in the Foothills

Fairfield in the Foothills
The comfortable, ridgetop community of Fairfield in the Foothills provides spectacular mountain vistas, easy access to downtown Tucson and gorgeous views of the Tucson valley below. A well-established, friendly community, Fairfield offers […]

Cobblestone

Cobblestone
One of the most luxurious residential developments available in North Tucson is Cobblestone. Located in the high Catalina Foothills, this spectacular guard-gated luxury subdivision has one of the most notable entries of any Tucson community […]