Like residents of most major U.S. cities, many of those who live in apartments in Tuscon, Arizona, were drawn to the metropolis for all of the conveniences that make it one of the county's thriving centers. All in one place, people can find jobs, entertainment, nightlife and culture. Of course, some find that there's more to life than theaters and offices, and seek the beauties of Arizona's stunning nature for some pleasure in the hours of their leisure. The individuals who seek this type of serenity, but don't want to be too far from Tuscon's list of perks may wish to rent an apartment in Corona de Tuscon, nestled in the foothills of the Santa Rita Mountains.
Residents in Corona de Tuscon apartments can look out and the horizon and see an amazing view of lofty mountains that are covered with tiny green shrubs. A hike from the neighborhood into the mountain range gives visitors the impression that the land has been untouched by humans and the feeling of a new discovery. In fact, the mountains near Corona de Tuscon apartments seem so remote that they now host the Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory and the Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory, both of which require that peaceful, distant feel that the community provides.
Renters in Corona de Tuscon apartments are also enchanted by a number of birds that call the mountains home, including the Rufous-winged Sparrow, Elegant Trogon, Yellow-eyed Junco and Crescent-chested Warbler, according to SABO.org.
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