This fully-furnished 1200 sq.ft. townhome was remodeled in 2010 with totally new kitchen cabinets, countertops and appliances. There are new tiled floors throughout except in the 2 carpeted bedrooms. The master bath has a new tiled walk-in shower; the guest bath has a new tub/shower. The master bedroom has a king-size bed, dresser, double-size closet; the guest bedroom has a double bed, dresser and double closet with mirrored doors.
The living room has comfortable seating on the sofa, recliner/rocker and leather side chair for you and your guests. You can curl up on a cooler evening in front of the kiva fireplace to enjoy a good book or to watch your favorite television show on the 40-inch HDTV with expanded cable. A DVD/VCR and wireless Internet are also available.
The dining area overlooks the rear patio and offers seating for 4-6 people. A 27-inch HDTV allows you to keep up with your entertainment during meals. You can also enjoy dining outside at the patio table with 4 chairs and a partial view of the Santa Rita Mountains. Coffee and the morning newspaper can be enjoyed at the bistro set on the front patio.
While the property is in an age-restricted community (55+), young children are welcome to visit. One of the 13 recreation centers and a heated swimming pool are just a few steps away. A guest membership to all the great activities offered by Green Valley Recreation (GVR) is available for your use. [NOTE: GVR provides 13 recreation centers throughout the community. Activities include swimming, fitness centers, tennis, woodworking, lapidary, classes in computers, photography, ceramics, billiards, dancing, exercise, special interests, and lectures, theater productions and much more are available to keep you educated, informed and entertained.]
There are many golf courses, both public and private, in Green Valley and the nearby cities. Other opportunities include hiking, biking, birding, and picnicking in Madera Canyon, visiting the artist colony of Tubac, wine-tasting in Sonoita and Elgin, touring the Old West town of Tombstone, or visiting the Sonoran Desert Museum and Saguaro National Park in Tucson where many other cultural events can be found.
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This property was inherited by three adult children upon the death of their mother who lived in Green Valley for almost 30 years until spending the last few years of her life in Oregon.
We've spent a lot of time in Green Valley while our mother lived there, and we have great memories of the fun times and great dinner parties hosted in this home.
Mom loved this home because of her terrific neighbors, the proximity to a swimming pool and the property's location in GV. She could walk to so many places, and because of its central location in the heart of town, it didn't take long to get anywhere on foot or by car.
Casa Paloma I is a centrally located neighborhood away from freeway noise but within walking distance to shopping, churches, library, recreation centers, restaurants and the weekly Farmers' Market.