Learn About Tucson's Iconic Neighborhoods

Armory Park Neighborhood

Named for the Armory established shortly after Arizona became a state in 1912. The original armory building now serves as the senior center and...

Barrio Viejo Neighborhood

West of Armory Park and south of Cushing street, Bario Viejo, Spanish for Old Neighborhood, is nestled amongst the Tucson Convention Center to the...

Dunbar Springs Neighborhood

Just north of Downtown is the Dunbar Springs Neighborhood known as a small historic neighborhood of cultural diversity. Its’ name is derived from two...

El Presidio Neighborhood

El Presidio is where it all began for Tucson. Predominately a Historic Residential district, it boasts some of the most interesting architecture. Homes Dating...

Iron Horse Neighborhood

Just north of Broadway and nestled between downtown and the U of A is the Iron Horse Neighborhood. Trains were often referred to as...

Menlo Park Neighborhood

Transcript KOLD News Vicki Carr joins us live this morning and Vicki you say changes could be on the way. Yes Wendy, so right now I’m...

Mercado District

Mercado District (inside Menlo Park #34) The Mercado District...

Millville Neighborhood

Millville Neighborhood was traditionally an industrial area serving Tucson and surrounding areas within reach of the Southern Pacific Line. Bordering the rail line to...

Pie Allen Neighborhood

In 1876 John Brackett “Pie” Allen was elected as the 4th. Mayor of Tucson. Following a failed attempt as a gold miner he began...

Rincon Heights Neighborhood

At the Northwest quadrant of Campbell and Broadway, The Rincon Heights neighborhood offers a diverse mixture of styles dating back to the 1920s-1940s. Self-proclaimed,”...

Home to the prestigious U of A and one of the oldest inhabited areas in the Americas, Tucson has developed many diverse neighborhoods.  The Tucson architectural landscape spans decades, offering excellent examples of Spanish colonial, victorian, mid-century modern and historic styles to contemporary lofts and craftsman bungalows.

With its eclectic neighborhoods, this young and active city surrounded by four mountain ranges offers stunning sunsets, diverse architecture, amazing views, and a new urban landscape all within walking distance from the light rail.

Tucson’s accolades have given rise to its popularity as a city with diverse cultural and historic roots for retiree’s and millennials alike.  Longstanding as one of the best places to retire for health and affordability, Tucson is also the home of a young population of professionals and students who seek a better quality of life.

Tucson has been dubbed one of the most affordable places to live in America and with the high quality of life and about 310 sunny days per year, it is one of the happiest places to live.  Come experience the wonders of Tucson for yourself!  Give me a call at (520) 631-8669 or send me a message with the contact form on the left.

Tony Ray Baker

Tony Ray Baker

Full Time REALTOR® Since 1994
Tony Ray Baker

Tony Ray Baker, ABR, CRS, GRI, EcoBroker, NARgreen
(520) 631-TONY (8669)

Full Time REALTOR® Helping Buyers and Sellers with Residential Real Estate in AZ Since 1994
Tierra Antigua Realty- 216 E Congress Street Tucson, AZ 85701 Equal Housing Opportunity