The key amenity: a high view of the lights of a growing city.
A new section of prestigous foothill property opens, appealing to aspiring professionals and their dreams of family and the good life. Proximity to downtown jobs adds a critical practical consideration.

Joe Gold synthesized the strategy of these high-end homes (consider the typical Tucson home was $40,000 at the time), featuring the expansive property size and views of city lights; he wrote the headlines and copy, directed the photo shoot and mechanicals, and made the media buy. Photographer Don Winston came up with superimposing the models on a decorative sky. Chip Travers Designs assembled the final full-page ad for the back page of Sunday home section in the Arizona Daily Star.

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Fantastic foothill acres

The land is a commercial acre of choice desert with views of four mountain ranges. As night falls, the city becomes a shower of jewels before your eyes.

You are in Shadow Hills, the foothills fantasyland only six miles from downtown. This is among the most desirable land still available in Tucson.

Features from a dream

Homes in Shadow Hills Estates boast a long list of features. Master suites give you his and hers walk-in closets, dressing rooms and luxurious baths.

The flexible floor plans provide for split or grouped bedrooms and up to 3.5 baths, foyer entryways, formal dining rooms, vaulted ceilings, wet bars, breakfast bars, a kitchen pass-through, air conditioning, huge garages sith automatic door openers, skylights...and that's just the beginning.

See the fantasy come true
You simply must experience Shadow Hills to appreciate it. So today, take First Avenue north past River Road and follow the signs to the foothills fantasy homes in Shadow Hills Estates.