Welcome to Madera Highlands! Madera Highlands is a 920-acre community located east of the unincorporated community of Green Valley and lies within the Continental Section of the San Ignacio de la Canoa Land Grant. This portion of the Land Grant is located 25 miles south of downtown Tucson, 15 miles south of Tucson International Airport, and 11 miles northwest of Madera Canyon. Existing land uses include agricultural, ranching, and residential development with Old Tucson-Nogales Highway as the primary road for Madera Highlands. It was founded in 2006 and contains between 2,000 to 3,000 homes currently. The community is known for being safe and quiet which attracts a younger demographic. Major employers nearby include Raytheon Missile Systems, Davis Monthan Air Force Base, University of Arizona, Banner Medical Center, US Border Patrol, ASARCO, and Freeport McMoran Copper Mines. Madera Highlands falls within the Continental School District which consists of Continental Elementary and Middle Schools, as well as a couple of choices for nearby High Schools. These schools are known for their high rankings, safety, and school spirit. Nearby shopping access includes a Walmart Supercenter, The Crossing at Sahuarita which is a new development and is 17 acres of retail space including stores such as TJ Maxx, PetSmart, and Sprouts Marketplace. It also includes restaurants like Chipotle, Starbucks, MOD Pizza, and more. And just across the street from the Crossing you have access to more shopping, retail, and restaurants including Culver’s, Denny’s, Pizza Hut, Carl’s Jr., and more. The close proximity to the largest irrigated pecan groves in the world is that the elevation is nearly 3,000 feet Madera Highlands benefits from a slightly lower temperature. Some of the community highlights include several neighborhood parks, paved biking, walking trails, and a community pool with a splash area for kids. Located directly next to Madera Highlands is the well-known Madera Canyon. Madera is great for a quick day hike and picnic, or you can take advantage of the higher elevation for a longer period of time by setting up camp. Birders will especially enjoy the canyon, as it is known for being a migratory bird haven. The trail system can be accessed from the canyon’s campground and picnic areas. Regardless if you like bird watching or your reasons for moving, Madera Highlands is definitely a community that you would be proud to become a part of. If you are in the market to buy, sell, or have your home professionally managed as a rental, then we at Suburban would love to help!