10775 W Bopp Rd, Tucson, AZ, USA

$ 21,000.00

10775 W Bopp Rd, Tucson, AZ, USA
  • Date added: 08/26/21
  • Post Updated: 2021-10-14 09:20:03
  • Area: 3 acres
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Enjoy the Sonoran Desert’s wide open spaces just outside Tucson, Arizona

Property Description:

These two adjacent residential parcels totaling 3 acres offer unlimited desert views just minutes away from downtown Tucson. They retain the “Old West” feel of traditional southern Arizona life combined with access to all the amenities and excitement of the big city.

The type of home you can create here is only limited by the size of your imagination. There’s enough space for two individual residences, indoor or outdoor storage space for your boat, camper or other “toys,” a separate workshop or mother-in-law unit, or even a large family vacation retreat. The sweeping blue skies and spectacular sunsets behind jagged mountain peaks would make an ideal retirement setting. Despite the property’s wonderful open feel, all the amenities of the thriving urban center of Tucson are at your fingertips.

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About the Area:

Those who think Tucson and the surrounding area in Pima County is nothing but dry desert sand and tumbleweeds are wrong. All the wonders of the Sonoran Desert are here. The vegetation is the most diverse of all North American deserts, and includes the iconic giant saguaro cactus, steep mountainsides dotted with ponderosa pine, aspen, maple, juniper and oak. Residents share the land with exotic gila monsters, desert tortoises, bighorn sheep, prairie dogs and jackrabbits. Not far away are ancient petroglyphs dating back almost 1,000 years.

At an elevation of just under 2,500 feet, the area sees hot summers but temperate winters with some rain but almost no snow. Tucson is surrounded by five mountain ranges. Mt. Lemmon, in the Santa Catalina Mountains is the area’s highest point at 9,710 feet and is the southernmost ski destination in the United States. If there’s one word that best describes Pima County it’s diversity.

Life around Tucson, Arizona:

The Tucson Presidio was part of the 1854 Gadsden Purchase under which the U.S. purchased land from Mexico. Arizona became a separate U.S. territory in 1863 and a state in 1912. But the Tucson area’s history goes back much further. It is one of the earliest inhabited areas of the country with Hohokam settlements dating back thousands of years. Members of the Tohono O’odham Nation, descendants of the Hohokam, still inhabit the area. Their name means “Desert People.”

The area also retains the flavor of its past Mexican and Old West “cowboy” heritage with old mining and ghost towns and early mission churches still dotting the landscape. Today, “guest ranches” offer visitors a chance to experience those early days in a more comfortable modern setting.

The arts, culture and education are alive and thriving in Tucson. There are exceptional museums ranging from the Museum of Contemporary Art to the Tucson Children’s Museum, a vibrant music and performing arts scene, plus art galleries and shopping experiences for every taste. Founded in 1885, the University of Arizona in Tucson was the first university in the Arizona Territory and offers degrees from 19 separate colleges and schools.

Nearby Sites to See and Things to Do:

Arizona Sonora Desert Museum: Just west of Tucson, it includes 230 animal species and 1,200 varieties of plants. There’s a 98-acre zoo, aquarium, botanical garden, natural history museum and art gallery and 2 miles of walking trails along the Sonoran desert landscape.

Old Tucson: American movie studio and theme park built in 1939 for the filming of the movie Arizona. Used for filming movies with stars including John Wayne, Gary Cooper and Clint Eastwood and the Little House on the Prairie TV series. Historical tours, stunts shows and shootouts.

Pima Air & Space Museum: One of the world’s largest non-government-funded aerospace museums. Eighty acres hold displays of nearly 300 aircraft; it is home to the Arizona Aircraft Hall of Fame.

Kitt Peak National Observatory: U.S. astronomical observatory located on Kitt Peak in the Quinlan Mountains on the reservation of the Tohono O’odham Nation. It contains one of the largest gatherings of astronomical instruments in the northern hemisphere. Daytime tours, dozens of telescopes dedicated to public viewing, exhibits and nighttime stargazing programs.

Saguaro National Park West and Saguaro National Park East: Over 92,000 acres total where the Sonoran desert landscape with its varied flora and fauna is preserved, including the giant saguaro cactus. Walk the Signal Hill Trail in the park’s western location to view ancient petroglyphs. These abstract and geometric designs as well as images of animals and humans were created by the Hohokam culture and date back as far as 850 A.D.

Tucson Rodeo Grounds and Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum: The museum features 150 horse-drawn vehicles and historic artifacts from Tucson’s pioneer days, a re-creation of the Tucson of 1900, and an early railroad history display. The Rodeo Parade has been held there each February since 1925 and is the largest non-motorized parade in the country. The annual Tucson Rodeo as well as musical concerts and auto derby events are held there.

Golfing: Tucson City Golf offers residents five courses in four complexes. The Randolph Golf Complex, El Rio Golf Course, Fred Enke Golf Course and Silverbell Golf Course provide golfers of all ages and skill levels wonderful views of the southern Arizona landscape plus pro shops, private instruction and on-site dining. A number of private golf clubs are also in the greater Tucson area.

Hiking, biking, climbing and horseback riding: Five mountain ranges and a wealth of National Parks and Forests surround Tucson and offer hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, rock climbing and horseback riding adventures. The Santa Catalina Mountains in the Coronado National Forest with the area’s highest peak, Mt. Lemmon, are just one example. The city of Tucson itself has The Loop, a 131-mile car-free network of multi-use trails and paved paths spanning the metro Tucson area.

Skateboarding: The city of Tucson has six skateboard parks and a roller hockey rink for the young and young-at-heart with skating bowls, vertical props, rails and ramps, some with nighttime lighting

Tohono O’odham Nation: These descendants of the prehistoric Hohokam people are closely related to the Pima tribe. They were originally farmers and known for their excellent basket weaving. They have four land bases covering 27 million acres, one just outside Tucson. There you can visit the San Xavier del Bac Mission, a national historic landmark established by missionaries in 1692. It is the oldest European structure in Arizona with original statuary and large murals.

Desert Diamond Casino: Also on Tohono O’odham Nation land, it offers modern-day entertainment including slots, table games and dining.


Property Details:

Street Road Name: 10775 W Bopp Rd

Status: Available

Cash Price: $21,000

APN: 211-37-032J and 211-37-032K

State: AZ

County: Pima

Closest Community / Property City: Tucson, AZ 85735

Size: Both properties together equals 3 Acres

Zoning: Residential

  • County or State: ARIZONA, - Pima County

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This property is located in Tucson. This property is listed at $ 21,000.00 and is 3 acres.