Driving Directions: From Skyline and Pima Canyon, go North on Pima Canyon, then East on Ina and left into the huge gated entry of Sin Vacas
A premier gated community of uncompromising quality and beauty, located in one of Tucson's most desirable places to live - the foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains. Enhanced by natural desert landscapes, the beauty of Sin Vacas is evident as soon as one enters through the majestic stone gate.
Sin Vacas is gated with a unique and beautiful guard house which is manned 24 hours. There are lots of fantastic views from Sin Vacas as the subdivision is built across many ridges, rocky outcropping's and arroyos of the Catalina's.
The homes in Sin Vacas are a real mixture of architecture's including old Hacienda styles of adobe brick, elegant Santa Fe's and luxury Contemporary styles. Lot sizes are large for the area with many lot exceeding an acre. A Sin Vacas home can easily exceed one million dollars however there are many estates and Villas that are priced lower.
Situated within Sin Vacas on the east side of Calle Sin Envidia is the 20 acre campus of Santa Catalina Villas, a unique full-service retirement community. Santa Catalina Villas is primarily a luxury residential complex with a “safety net” of services and support available on campus at the La Rosa Healthcare Center. Located on the west side of Calle Sin Envidia are the Villas at Sin Vacas, a complex of 72 Townhouses with a beautiful clubhouse and pool. Constructed originally as apartments in the 1980's, they have subsequently converted to private townhouses. A number of units are available for yearly and/or seasonal rental.
Sin Vacas features an array of luxurious and distinctive custom homes by some of the area's most respected builders. There is great shopping nearby and plenty of restaurants for all tastes. The superb location of our community provides easy access to all parts of Tucson including the university, country clubs, golf courses and art galleries.
Sin Vacas homes are served by the Amphitheater School District including the Harelson Elementary, Cross Middle and Canyon Del Oro High Schools.