Orangewood Estates

ORANGEWOOD ESTATES - A Lovely NW Tucson, Older Neighborhood

Orangewood Estates homes for sale offer buyers beautiful single-family homes constructed in the late 1970s featuring open-concept floor plans and modern updates. Honest contractors will tell you that homes built during or before the 1980s are of better quality than newer construction, primarily due to the better materials available then. The properties are among Tucson's most affordable in an ideal location northwest of downtown Tucson.

Tucson is known for its quality school districts and higher learning institutions. Residents of Orangewood Estates have access to renowned universities and colleges including the University of Arizona, Pima Community College, and the Southwest University of Visual Arts.

Tucson places history at your feet with numerous historic sites, landmarks, and museums. Outdoor activities abound through golf courses, hiking trails, rock climbing, and more at near-by national parks. For residents of Orangewood Estates, centuries-old frescoes and missions like the Mission San Xavier del Bac offer opportunities to explore the history of Southwest Arizona’s many missions.

The proximity to I-10 makes traveling to and from the neighborhood easy and convenient. This proximity to Interstate 10 means the neighborhood is almost equidistant to Marana and Tucson.

Orangewood Estates Subdivision is in Tucson’s Northwest area. This Tucson subdivision is south of W Magee Rd and west of N Thornydale Rd.

Mountain View High School is minutes away from Orangewood Estates. The Marana School District serves families living in Orangewood Estates area serves Orangewood Estates Subdivision.

Shopping, restaurants, and activities are nearby in Oro Valley, and the Oro Valley Marketplace is minutes away.

Northwest Tucson is a growing part of the greater Tucson area. Northwest Tucson new home builders are opening new subdivisions with single-family homes and townhouses. The area offers buyers a wide range of homes and active lifestyles.

Neighbors appreciate its cleanliness and safety. Known for its welcoming atmosphere and dog-friendly environment, it's a quiet place where families can enjoy a walkable community. Residents also enjoy the proximity of being close to the Northwest Medical Center, Saguaro National Park, and the Catalina Foothills.

Buyers will find modern updates, including galley-style kitchens, cozy breakfast nooks surrounded by bay windows, large covered patios, expansive backyards, and renovated bathrooms. Many properties feature RV and boat storage with outbuildings for extra storage.

A significant number of Orangewood Estates homes have been upsized to three-bed and two-bath units. The sizes range from 965 to over 1800 square feet of living space and typically offer two-car attached garages. The proximity of Orangewood Estates to downtown is a big attraction for the community.

Downtown Tucson is brimming with activity and local eateries serve up mouth-watering dishes. For those who love shopping, art, and culture, downtown offers an abundance of venues with six distinct districts: Congress Street, Fourth Avenue, Main Gate, Presidio, Sentinel, and Tucson Convention Districts. Each district has its unique flair and eclectic vibe. Travel between districts is easy via the Tucson Streetcar which offers affordable fares (and sometimes is free).

Orangewood Estates boasts a ratio of 8 to 5 homeowners to renters, with a population density of 3,357 people per square mile. With an average income of $63,092 and an average age of 36 years, Orangewood Estates/ population consists of approximately 40% college graduates. Other neighborhoods close to Orangewood Estates, with similar statistics, include the Orangewood North, Berkshire Estates, Heritage Hills, and Metropolitan neighborhoods.

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