Dove Mountain is a golf resort community set in the high Sonoran Desert with an invigorating climate that will draw you outdoors year round. Cottonwood Properties started development of Dove Mountain in 1996; today there are more than 4,000 homes within the community’s distinctive neighborhoods.
Masterfully planned with an emphasis on low-density, Dove Mountain inspires a true sense of community with the utmost respect for the natural habitat and its inhabitants.
Elevations soar from 2,700 to 4,300 feet. Long, spectacular views seem to go on forever in every direction. Almost a third of Dove Mountain’s nearly 9 square miles is dedicated to open space. Importantly, the integrity of Dove Mountain’s perimeter is forever enhanced, with over 10 miles of boundary against either formal preserves or Arizona State Trust owned mountains.
Described by the Wall Street Journal as a “mini-mecca of the arts”, Tucson’s internationally respected theater, museums, symphony, ballet and opera company complement a renowned state university. All just minutes from Dove Mountain. Tucson’s popularity as a destination has spawned fine and diverse dining, world-class shopping and entertainment attractions. The Zagat Survey ranked Tucson the #1 city in the U.S. for spas and resorts.
Winters are balmy by day and sweater cool at night. And due to its higher elevation, summer temperatures are routinely significantly lower than Scottsdale and Palm Springs. Like the outstretched arms of its giant saguaro, Tucson’s most significant characteristic may be its welcoming nature.