Historic Homes

The dream of living in a historic home captivates many home buyers. These residences offer a real connection to the past, while their unique architecture imparts considerable value. Southwest Adobe homes are a distinct feature of Tucson, and were initially built with functionality in mind. Designed to keep cooler in the summer months and insulated during the winter months, adobe homes are ideal for Tucson’s climate. Tucson also offers many pre- and post-railroad style homes, as well as revival, early and mid-century modern homes. From Sam Hughes to El Presidio, many neighborhoods have options for those looking to purchase a piece of the past. Offsetting the costs of owning a historic home, National Historic Districts get a large tax break.

At Centra, our aim is to make your dream of living in a historic home a reality. We have insider knowledge of each neighborhood and what makes living in them unique.

Ask us about homes in the following Historic neighborhoods:

  • Colonia Solana
  • Iron Horse
  • Barrio Anita
  • El Encanto
  • Menlo Park
  • Rincon Heights
  • El Presidio
  • Armory Park
  • Catalina Vista
  • Barrio Veijo
  • Pie Allen
  • Dunbar Spring
  • Winterhaven
  • Blenman-Elm
  • Old Fort Lowell