February 2012 Pick of the Month


Tucson is filled with timeless classic homes.  Our pick of the month is a home in the Casas Adobes area of Northwest Tucson.

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This home is a classic Casas Adobes 1956 burnt adobe ranch on a parcel that is just over an acrea in area.  The main home is 2753 SqFt and the property features a 1000 SqFt guest house. The rear yard looks more like a private compound for the ric and famous.  This amazing home has been completely remodeled and updated with the utmost in quality and craftsmanship! Lots of windows bring the outside in, but from several points in the home you can step outside to an elegantly designed mixture of covered porches and patios adorned by colorful and lush, mature landscaping.   The pool and spa [with a great waterfall feature] are accented by the outdoor fireplace, just steps away from the extended Saltillo Full length covered porch.

The guest house is meticulously maintained and perfectly manicured, ideal for related living, or even an in-home business.  To see the full details of this home priced at $499,000 click the Featured Home link.  Give us a call if you want to know more about this home.  For the right buyer there are favorable terms offered by the seller.

About FineHomesDigest

The Fine Homes Team, Mark Finchem, Associate Broker with Long Realty Company, provides service to buyers, seller and builders where fine homes are concerned. With extensive experience in residential real estate transactions we can help you with the home you'd rather have.
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