301 W Camino Casa Verde, Green Valley, AZ 85614
The Green Valley-Sahuarita Volunteer Clearinghouse (GVSVC), an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) organization serving the Green Valley-Sahuarita community and surrounding areas since 2007, promotes volunteerism as an essential community resource. GVSVC recruits potential volunteers for public and non-profit organizations and provides professional development for volunteer managers.
PO Box 86, Green Valley, AZ 85622
Green Valley Gardeners The Green Valley Gardeners is one of the best-known clubs in the community. With over 250 member households, the Green Valley Gardeners’ mission is to promote gardening education and related environmental issues to its membership and the gardening public through educational and charitable means. The club maintains public median plantings and various other gardens for the public to enjoy.
PO Box 1553, Green Valley, AZ 85614
The GVR Foundation, an IRS 501(c)(3) charitable purpose, tax-exempt nonprofit was established in 2015. The Foundation’s positive impact on our community is only possible with generous tax-deductible gifts from individuals, planned giving, corporate sponsorship, grants, and volunteerism. Our mission – strengthening our community – is focused on charitable giving to enhance and enrich the community through programs, advocacy, and financial support that promote health and wellness in Green Valley, Arizona.
Box Office, 1111 GVR Drive, Green Valley, AZ 85614
Kathy and Jeff Harrell,
The Harrell Group
Tierra Antigua Realty - GV
Green Valley Fairways 3
233 East La Huerta, Green Valley, AZ, USA 85614
Be prepared to be “Wowed”! This home boasts impeccable updates. You won’t be disappointed.
If you want to have lots of open area and trees in your neighborhood, in addition to your mountain views, then Country Club North is the HOA for you. Built in 1979 of quality construction (saving energy costs) and comprised of both stand-alone and town homes, County Club North was designed to include the greatest amount of common area in between and surrounding the development, which both the HOA and neighborhood volunteers maintain. The northern boundary is next to ranches and the eastern boundary is the Santa Cruz River. Centrally located in Country Club North is the Abrego North GVR Satellite Recreation Center with a brand new pool and spa and a renovated meeting room.
Townhouse VI, built in 1973, is a Sonoran Desert lover’s dream. Centrally located in Green Valley off the 700 block of La Canada Drive, Townhouse VI is comprised of 90 homes built in strips of townhouses arranged to minimize the human footprint. Resident volunteers take care of the wide swaths of Sonoran Desert landscape that separate each parallel street from the next. Neighbors (and their dogs) meet regularly on the many footpaths—one includes a footbridge over a dry wash and leads immediately to a GVR recreation center with a pool, a spa, and a meeting room the HOA often uses for potlucks and other social gatherings. Another path leads to one of the three churches that are within easy walking distance. GVR’s West Center (performing arts auditorium, lap pool, shuffleboard, tennis, woodworkers shop, lapidary studio, billiards center, Artisan’s shop) and the Continental Shopping Center are 1/4 mile away. Townhouse VI is a low-key neighborhood where folks look out for each other.
Amidst the natural beauty of the rugged Santa Rita Mountains and the scenic vistas of MaderaCanyon – Quail Creek’s location is a wonderland for bird watchers, outdoor lovers and nature enthusiasts. Located only 25 miles south of Tucson, Quail Creek is a world of its own within the friendly town of Sahuarita in the Green Valley area. The community is centered around a complex of amenities including the Madera Clubhouse, Creative Arts & Technology Center, Anza Athletic Club, Pickleball & Tennis courts, resort-style pool, a restaurant/bar/lounge, and 27 holes of championship golf. Both the single family homes and luxury Villas at Quail Creek offer a stunning blend of sophisticated architectural features with the latest in homebuilding technology. Just as the array of activities lets you choose the lifestyle you want to live, the range of home designs available let you choose the house style that is truly you.
W Mountain Stone Dr & N Desert Bell Dr, Arizona, USA 85614
Built in 2003-2004, Soledad, an HOA within the Las Campanas neighborhood, is centrally located off Desert Bell and Esperanza so its residents are within minutes of everything in Green Valley. There is easy access to I-19 to Tucson or south towards the border. Many of our 93 single family homes offer sweeping views of the mountains while others offer views of the desert and arroyos. Some homes have their own pools but the Las Campanas GVR Center, one of the largest and newest centers, is 3 minutes down the street. We are a warm, welcoming community which celebrates together at our annual fall Tri-Tip welcome back snowbirds BBQ, a January wine and cheese party and our Spring Fling dinner.
376 East Corte Pasadera Verde, Green Valley, AZ, USA 85614
Pasadera consists of 29 lots generous size lots that are situated in the High Sonoran Desert surrounded by natural desert landscaping and with breath-taking views of the entire Santa Rita Mountain Range. We invite you to visit our website: https://pasaderahomeowners.wixsite.com/home.
1070 S Calle de Las Casitas, Green Valley, AZ 85614
GVR members enjoy thirteen spas and pools, six fitness centers, 60+ clubs, craft and art studios, classes, lectures, sports, dances, movies, concerts and more. Come visit! Free two-day passes available. Ask your realtor about GVR!
Tierra Antigua Realty
Country Club Estates
1212 North Paseo Del Cervato, Green Valley, AZ, USA 85614
Make this lovely home and Green Valley your winter retreat or your rear-round residence and enjoy all that the community and Green Valley Recreation have to offer!
Long Realty Company
Canoa Vistas II
1851 West Camino Del Huarache, Green Valley, AZ 85622
This Ensenada model in Canoa Vistas II affords great mountain view. This property is conveniently located near golf and GVR facilities. Great winter residence or full-time home.
Desert Ridge is a beautiful and well-managed community of 98 homes atop a ridge surrounded by the Desert Hills Golf Course. The landscaping displays the beauty of the Arizona desert with cactus and spectacularly flowering plants. Cactus and trees in the common areas and views of the golf course and the Santa Rita Mountains are enjoyed from each home. Hikers and bikers share the street with golf carts and cars. Although tucked away from through traffic, Desert Ridge is convenient to churches and GVR recreation centers, especially Desert Hills Recreation Center with a pool, tennis courts, fitness room, billiards, sauna, shuffleboard, ceramics studio, lapidary studio, art studio, and a large auditorium with a kitchen. HOA Members share their homes for monthly Thirsty Thursdays gatherings.
Canoa Estates II is a group of 124 homes located in south central Green Valley to the west of Camino Del Sol. Our homes were built in 1987-1988 on a gentle slope just west of the Canoa Hills Social Center, and because we are on a gentle slope many of our homes have spectacular views of the Santa Rita mountain range to the east. The homes in our neighborhood were designed to optimize privacy, yet preserve the openness and views from nearly every property. We border the closed Canoa Hills Golf Course, which has become a wonderful open area with walking paths where we meet our neighbors and stay in touch. Our HOA is financially solvent and our well-funded reserves provide for regular and planned maintenance of our roads. The HOA Board meets four times annually and posts meeting minutes and financial reports on our HOA website for owner reference. We have a mixture of approximately 50% full-time residents and 50% seasonal residents. Twice a year we get together for [...]