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Explore Vail Historic Sites that Provide Property Owners with Jobs and Education

Vail’s most historic properties for sale were built in the late 20th century. While rapid settlement in the area dates back to the late 1800s when cattle shipment and ore mining were booming industries, the population dwindled greatly soon thereafter until nearly 60 years later when IBM built the University of Arizona Science and Technology Park. Today, this center is credited with reviving the population of Vail and provides employment for many Vail homeowners. Others prefer to reside in Vail because of its prime location and small-town ambiance. Here, you can relish in quietude that is not so readily available in big cities like Tucson and Phoenix, yet still benefit from amenities found in these areas as both cities are easily accessed from Interstate 10.

Vail recorded history began around the time when the Vail brothers settled into the region to ranch and mine. Their home, the Empire Ranch at the southern end of town, is now a historic preservation site that may be explored by area homeowners and visitors. Later, in the early 1900s, more settlers flocked to the area, bringing with them children who needed to be educated. So, in 1903, a community school was birthed in Vail. Today, this institution is known as Old Vail Middle School and still serves to educate and enhance the lives of students in grades five through eight.

Find Vail historic properties for sale in golf course and luxury communities

In Vail, historic communities renowned for their lush fairways and open spaces include Rancho del Lago, Coyote Creek and Sycamore Park. If golf is an enjoyed pastime of yours, check our Multiple Listing Service for homes in one of Rancho del Lago’s neighborhoods. While each neighborhood offers easy access to the del Lago Golf Club, the Vista del Lago and High Plains Ranch offer real estate situated directly on the golf greens. If close proximity to parks and open spaces is more your personal desire, the Sycamore Parks subdivision promotes a playful lifestyle, thanks to amenities like the seven-and-a-half acre Lifestyle Park with playgrounds, tot lots, ball fields and ramadas located at the heart of the community. Or, if luxury is more your style, estates in the Coyote Creek subdivision offer deluxe amenities.

Northwest of Vail, vintage historic districts have properties for sale on MLS

Driving northwest on I-10 from Vail, historic real estate may be found in nearly 20 different neighborhoods. Historic districts of Tucson are found near downtown and the University of Arizona. Choose from houses built around the turn of the 20th century in communities such as Armory Park, the Iron Horse Addition and Feldman’s Addition, or homes built around the time of the Depression in communities such as Blenman-Elm, San Clemente and Sam Hughes. Other communities nearby that may offer historic properties for sale on our Listing Service include Colonia Solana, El Presidio, Indian House, Barrio Historic and Catalina Vista.

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