[Madera Highlands] Who Else Wants Beautiful Views?
Sahuarita Homes with Breathtaking Views
Madera Highlands was previously a part of the world’s longest Pecan Grove. It has some of the most beautiful scenery in Southern America as a result.
The Pecan grove still remains to the West providing breathtaking fall colors as the leaves change. The community still has many Pecan trees as well which residents love to collect Pecans from in the Fall.
To the East is a full on desert panorama complete with Sagaro cactus, awe inspiring views of the Santa Rita Mountains, and tallest peak in Southern Arizona, Mount Wrightson.
Madera Highland Parks & Amenities
Madera Highlands has two grassy tree covered parks that create the perfect desert oasis.
The parks feature a Pool, tennis & basketball courts, Dog Park, Walking Paths, and two full playgrounds as well as several covered picnic areas.
Say Goodbye to Traffic
Madera Highlands is a straight shot on the highway to Tucson and or Nogales with virtually no traffic .
This is perfect for Raytheon Missile Systems Employees at the Tucson Airport Site as well as Arizona Boarder Patrol Employees stationed in Nogales who otherwise fight traffic in Tucson on their commute to work.
Madera Highlands is close to Interstate 19 Continental exit. This exit is complete with grocery, restaurants, and banking. The exit to the north, Duval Mine Road, has a movie theater, Wal-Mart and all the shopping you could need.
Wide Selection in Floorplans
There are several builders in Madera Highlands including Lennar, Meritage, American Richmond as well as resale properties.
The diverse selection in floor plans ranges from excellent starter homes to high end luxury homes in gated communities with full on mountain views. So no matter your needs Madera Highlands is sure to have the perfect home for you.
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