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Tucson Historic Neighborhoods

 

 
There are 21 nationally recognized historic districts in Tucson. The homes in these neighborhoods are Adobes from the 1800s through 1950s Brick Ranches. Property owners may be able to receive a 50% property tax reduction in these areas, but in order to receive this reduction, the home must retain its original character.
In addition to being on the National Historic Registry, the neighborhoods of Armory Park, El Presidio, Barrio Historico, Fort Lowell and West University are classified as local historic preservation districts. Any construction work on homes in these areas must be approved by the City of Tucson.

If you would like more information or have any questions about what you see on this page, please contact us.
Click on any of the following links to see listings in those neighborhoods.
The National Register Historic Districts are:




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