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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Drexel Heights, AZ

  • With the Tucson Mountains overlooking the town, an abundance of saguaro cacti, and a location within ten miles of downtown Tucson, Drexel Heights doesn't lack much. Covering 19.7 square miles of space in Pima County, Drexel Heights gives over 28,000 residents room to enjoy the outdoors while still being close to urban amenities.

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  • Fill up on incredible food! Drexel Heights aims to please when it comes to food. Rodolfo's Taco Shop is popular for its burritos and nachos. Little Mexico Steakhouse cooks up tasty fried rice and steaks, while Tania's Flour Tortillas is a great spot for a casual lunch. You'll find many familiar national chains within town as well, such as Subway and Chili's on W Valencia Road.
  • Get a house with a yard! One of the main attractions of living in Drexel Heights is the space and privacy you get amid stunning scenery. In Drexel Heights, 73.4 percent of housing units are single-family dwellings, which means most residents have a yard for grilling out, gardening and playing sports. To find such homes for sale, check subdivisions such as Sage Creek and Circle J Estates.
  • Go out for an adventure! For a picnic, game of soccer or tennis match, head to Winston Reynolds Manzanita Park. For a pleasant walk, try Lawrence Park. For everything from archery to off-road excursions, nearby Tucson Mountain Park is a spot full of hiking trails, observation areas, hunting areas and much more. Saguaro National Park, which is just north of Drexel Heights, is also worth exploring, as the cacti and vast wilderness here are truly amazing. Whenever you want an adventure, numerous natural spaces in and around Drexel Heights await.
  • Enjoy affordable housing prices! The average price per square foot of property in Drexel Heights is $85, which is much lower than the metropolitan average for Tucson. Not only do residents get space and easy access to downtown Tucson while living in Drexel Heights, they also get more square footage for their dollar, regardless of whether they seek to lease, rent to own, or buy a residence. For apartments, search West Valencia Road, as homes here often proximity to Interstate-19 and all sorts of eateries. Sunset Villas Townhomes suit those who want a townhouse. Houses can be found throughout town, too.