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Most Expensive Homes Sold in Tucson in May 2016

Take a look at these beautiful (and expensive!) homes in Tucson.

These were the five most expensive homes that closed in our city in May 2016. Which one would you choose?

Woodland Road Tucson AZ
Tanque Verde Country Estates

Located in Tanque Verde Country Estates, this 5,674 square foot property includes 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms, plus state of the art horse facilities. Nestled on 17 acres with over 350 trees. $1,500,000.

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Jostler home in Tucson foothills

This 5,486 property is an Authentic Jostler home - built in the foothills near Hacienda Del Sol & River. Carved beam ceilings, wine cellar, library, guest quarters, beautiful gardens with 60 year old bottlebrush trees. $1,250,000.

home in Ventana Canyon Tucson
Ventana Canyon home

Wishing for 6 bathrooms? This gated Ventana Canyon home is your pick. $1,250,000.

home in Pima Canyon Estates Tucson
Pima Canyon Estates

Designed by Architect Bill Gansline located in prestigious Pima Canyon Estates. Floor to ceiling windows. Resort-like back yard with pool, spa, firepit, and built-in BBQ. $1,155,000.

home in Skyline Country Club
Skyline Country Club

Stunning city and mountain views overlooking the 11th fairway in prestigious Skyline Country Club Estates. $1,050,000.

***Moving TO or WITHIN Tucson? We highly recommend TIM SHEAFFER of HomeLink Realty. As a Tucson native, he knows the ins and outs of the city. Call or text him today at 520-305-9005!

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