The Residences Luxury Homes
Located in northwest Tucson, on 850 acres are the Residences inside the Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain resort. With views of Jack Nicklaus Signature golf set among towering Saguaros, The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain offers a fluid series of indoor and outdoor spaces to be enjoyed year-round. Its diverse landscape presents homeowners with spectacular views from anywhere. Properties within the community are abundant with lush, colorful desert vegetation not to mention the thousands of majestic saguaro.
Custom estate home sites are adjacent real estate offerings surrounding the clubhouse complex that provides a home base for residents and members. The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton provides spectacular sites for 1900-5400 sq. feet homes.
Boasting 8 models (Kino, Gadsden, Ranch House, Hacienda) and the other neighborhood (Fremont, Casa, Homestead, Castillo) are available in two neighborhoods. Prices range from $700,000 to more than $3 million.
Offering some beautiful views and ranging in size from two to seven acres are custom homesites located in the Rockpoint Ridge enclave. These homesites come with gorgeous views of the golf course at The Residences. Prices begin in the mid-$700,000s to over $1 million.
The neighborhood of Seven Saguaros also has custom golf homesites sized from one-third of an acre up to one acre. Similar to Rockpoint, residents also can enjoy stunning views of The Golf Club at Dove Mountain's Jack Nicklaus Signature Courses.
Prospective home buyers are able to choose from six floor plans ranging from 2700 to 3800 sq. feet that exemplify luxury with exterior architectural designs spanning Contemporary, Sonoran, or Spanish styles. With prices from the low $400,000s, buyers can get into a spacious home and enjoy all the amenities of The Ritz-Carlton on their half-acre of land.
As of July 2015, there are still 55 homesites available for construction in the Residences at Ritz-Carlton.
Golf for residents will be either one of two excellent golf courses, the North and South. Tom Lehman and John Fought designed the North Course, which provides excellent views of the Sonoran desert landscape while the South Course, which sponsored the Accenture Match Play Championship in 2007 and 2008 World Golf Championships, boasts clever changes in elevation along with views from any area.
The schools that serve the area are Ironwood Elementary, Tortolita Middle, and Mountain View High.