Samos Homes for Sale
Samos neighborhood is located mid-town in the University of Arizona area, north of Grant Road between Campbell and Mountain Avenues and Glenn Street.
Samos At A Glance:
The architecture reflects a time when homes were built with an individualized flair. The name Samos was chosen in honor of one of the developers and builders, Chris Mitchell. Mitchell had immigrated from the Isle of Samos, Greece. Samos is an active, middle-class neighborhood and home to the prestigious Salpointe Catholic High School.
Samos Neighborhood Description
Located close to the University of Arizona, this is an active neighborhood. Many students and faculty call this neighborhood home. In addition to its 400 plus residential houses, many small businesses and locally-owned restaurants can be found along Campbell Avenue. Yoshimatsu Japanese Eatery is a neighborhood favorite, and has been voted Best of Tucson for 12 years.
Yoga Oasis was also voted Best of Tucson is located on Campbell Avenue, offers Hatha flow, flow yoga, prenatal yoga, and yoga for kids. Samos residents use the Nextdoor app to share recommendations and advice and send out important alerts. This centrally located neighborhood earns an 85 walk score and an impressive 94 bike score, making it an incredibly easy neighborhood to live in without owning a car.
Neighborhoods Similar to Samos
Samos is an incredible neighborhood for those who don’t want to live too close to the University of Arizona. If you prefer living within walking distance of the U of A, take a look at West University and Rincon Heights.
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