Sabino Mountain has 9 Homes for Sale

quail-canyon.jpgClick on the link~ Sabino Mountain Homes for Sale to view all 9 for sale with list prices ranging from $274,900 – 1.8 million. There are 4 listed for sale at over a million.

The photo is of Long Realty’s listing at 4201 N Quail Canyon-List Price 850K.

Contact me to explore any of these houses for sale or others in the Catalina Foothills. I can offer expert marketing advice should you want to consider listing your home for sale. I have sold a dozen properties in Sabino Mountain.

Little Rock Foreclosure Sold

little-rock-sm.jpg4543 N Little Rock Drive sold for $349,900. This 2,700 square foot, Pepper-Viner built, two-story home previously sold for 315K in July 2004. This home boasts 5 bedrooms and 3 baths. It was listed by Old Adobe Realty.

Remember if you are thinking of selling your Sabino Mountain home, and/or if you are wanting to explore Tucson homes for sale, give me a call at 520-615-2598 or email me at My special website dedicated to Sabino Mountain can be found at

12 Sold so far for 2012 in Sabino Mountain

boulder.jpgSales have increased, but prices have gone down. 7 homes sold with final sales prices in the $200,000s;2 sold in the $300,000s–at 357K and 363K. One sold for 440K; one for $537,500 (my sale) and one for 610K. No sales were custom homes on the ridge (which, of course, would sell for more). The two homes at $537,500 and 610K are semi-custom homes build by Bob Raynor.

I hope this winter will bring some ridge-top sales!

The photo is of my sold listing at 4104 N Boulder Canyon which sold for $537,500.

Monterey Home Sells for 440K

sophia.jpg4128 N Sunset Cliff Place sold for 440K as a “word of mouth” sale. This very updated and elegant, almost 3K square foot home continued to be the King of Sunset Cliff, as the last owner continued the major upgrades that the first Seller instituted. I previously sold the same house for 439K in January of 2010. It was metriculously maintained and boosted a beautiful garden and state-of-the art heated pool. A lucky buyer found this treasure that was sold by Keller Williams of Southern Arizona.