Rent to Own Homes near Casas Adobes, AZ

  • Newer homes! If you want a house that is a little newer than the country's average of 35 years old, Casas Adobes won't let you down. The average home here is about 24 years, so it should be easy to find a home that was built during or after the 90s. Check out La Cholla Hills and Morningside for homes of all kinds.

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Top 14 Reasons to Live in Casas Adobes, AZ

  • Reasonable home values! The average home here is worth about $150,000, which is on par with the country's average. Look for homes to purchase or rent to own homes in Rancho Escondido and North Stone.
  • A variety of homes! Whether you're seeking homes for sale, rental homes or rent to own houses, you can find them here in all shapes and sizes. Even if you are just on the hunt for an apartment, you can get it here. Check out Tierra Vida and Sonoran Terraces to see some local apartments.
  • Vacancies for rent! The vacancy rate in this area is about 8%. About 45% of those vacancies are homes for rent, while 31% are seasonal rentals. That means you should easily be able to find a home to rent. Start your search in La Cholla Ridge or Riverside Terrace.
  • Lots of homeowners! About 74% of the homes in this area are owner-occupied, which is a little more than the national average. So if you want to buy or rent to own, you will be in good company. Look for homes near West Magee Road or West Ina Road if you want to see lots of home options.
  • Fast access to malls! Residents of Casas Adobes are very close to great shopping at places like Foothills Mall, which features American Eagle Outfitters, Just Sports, Old Navy Outlet and more. Casas Adobes Plaza is also within this area, and it is home to JG Footwear, Loop Jean Company and several other shops.
  • Great restaurants! If you want a casual eatery, check out Sauce or Pei Wei Asian Diner. For a special night out, head to The Melting Pot for fondue or Chef Alisah's Restaurant for Mediterranean cuisine.
  • Golf courses! If you want to find something fun to do outside, head to Arthur Pack Desert Golf Course, Quail Canyon or Omni Tucson National Resort for some great golf. Just be sure to go early in the morning during the summer, and keep in mind that Arizona summers tend to last from May to September!
  • Opportunities to learn about the area! Tohono Chul Park is unlike most parks you have seen. It features a historic home that educates visitors about native plants, which are also on display. Another local landmark that lets you learn is the Casas Adobes Plaza, which is more than a shopping destination. It was designed in the 1940s and still features the original Mediterranean-inspired architecture.
  • Plenty of parks! Since the Tucson area where Casas Adobes is located is known for its great weather most of the year, it's no surprise that there are lots of parks. The Casas Adobes Park and Denny Dunn Neighborhood Park are just a few of the places where you can have a picnic and enjoy the blue skies.
  • Horseback riding! This is the Southwest, and as such, there are lots of ranches and stables to check out. Many of them offer horseback rides to even the least experienced riders. Just contact Arizona Horseback Experience, El Presidio Stables or Elkhorn Ranch to arrange a ride in the morning, afternoon or evening.
  • Performing arts! This area offers lots of opportunities for residents to enjoy concerts and theatrical performances. Arizona Theatre Company, Gaslight Theatre and Tucson Symphony Orchestra are just a few entertainment options here.
  • Gorgeous mountains to enjoy! Whether you like to hike, bike, or simply sightsee, you'll love being surrounded by several mountains in the Casas Adobes area. When you move here, you will be minutes from the Santa Catalina, Rincon, Tucson, Tortolita, and Santa Rita mountain ranges.
  • City events! When you live at the edge of Tucson in Casas Adobes, you'll have access to lots of events that allow you to meet your neighbors and even relive the past. Some of the events include Wild West Days at Old Tucson, Tucson Festival of Books and Civil War in the Southwest.