Tucson's Old Ft. Lowell District Properties

Tucson, Arizona, it's various areas, and it's surrounding communities offer residents an incredible lifestyle as well as real estate priced to fit any budget.  The Old Ft. Lowell District in Tucson is a Historic District centrally located with a distinct charm.

Housing prices in the Old Ft. Lowell district have a huge range.  Properties can be found in the low-mid $100,000s and up to the high $100,000s.  Taxes are low. There's a heterogeneous population.  And, the central location makes everything very convenient. 

The area encompasses about 1400 homes that range greatly in size and price.  It is an area with history, historic properties, mature vegetation, and lots and lots of character!  

The Ft. Lowell / Old Fort Lowell name comes from Fort Lowell, an army post established in 1873.  What remains of the army structures can be found today in Ft. Lowell Park.  After the fort was abandoned, farmers and ranchers began moving into the area.  There are many trails throughout the district for walking, biking, and horseback riding.  

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