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Centre Point in Oro Valley…  Centre Point is Desert Crest at Center Pointe Vistoso, an enclave of 101 homesites perfect for active, on-the-go residents who prefer the ease of a low-maintenance lifestyle. Two gated entrances provide convenient access to this private neighborhood which includes a community ramada, activity lawn and cactus garden with seating areas that invite visitors to linger and delight in the beauty of the natural desert setting.  Desert Crest at Center Pointe Vistoso features eight floor plans from Maracay Homes’ distinctive Monogram Collection. Ranging from approximately 1,404 to 2,492 square feet, the selection of layouts offers thoughtful design features such as spacious great rooms for gathering, walk-in kitchen pantries for additional storage and front courtyards for connecting with neighbors.

Each plan comes with FlexDesign® options to tailor your new home to meet your family’s individual needs. All homes are Energy Star® certified and include Maracay Homes’ Living Smart® program for high performance and energy efficiency.

Rancho Del Cobre…  a gated neighborhood, limited to only 68 homesites featuring all one-story home plan designs.  Conveniently situated just south of Tangerine Road on La Cholla Boulevard – the Rancho Del Cobre community features stunning views of the surrounding Catalina and Tortolita mountain ranges. Many homesites back to lush desert wash/open space.  Rancho Del Cobre is the perfect Tucson-area enclave to introduce Maracay Homes’ New Arizona Living Collection of home plans – the popular Hallmark, Imperial and Paragon Collections, from approximately 2,723 to 3,845 square feet.

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