Guadalupe Arizona Horse Property

Guadalupe Arizona Horse Property For Sale

Guadalupes history dates back to the early 1900’s being home to three Indian societies. Guadalupe was founded by Yaqui Indians, when they fled to Arizona people here were sympathetic to their situation and they quickly found a new home in the Valley while adapting into the local communities. The Town of Guadalupe was incorporated in 1975 and is no more than one square mile in area. Guadalupe sits between Ahwatukee on the west Phoenix on the north side and open land to the south.

There are many local Indian and Hispanic businesses that sell hand crafted items, souvenirs and some exceptional Mexican food. If you are in the area stop by one of the many local businesses and you’ll be surprised at the bargains you can find. Most of these businesses have stuck to their original look, different than city store fronts with traditional artifacts displayed on the store front entrances. Guadalupe now shares its Indian heritage with many Hispanic families who have made their way to Arizona. Many immigrant workers have made this traditional and hospitable city a stopping point in their travels due to the warm family type atmosphere.

Guadalupe provides quick access to South Mountain Park and Ahwatukee Foothills with miles of desert lands perfect for horseback riding. The Town of Guadalupe is the home of the historic – Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church and is considered home to many Yaqui and Mexican festivals. The town of Guadalupe has a council-manager form of government. Sky Harbor International Airport is only 7 miles away and the I-10 corridor grants easy access to beautiful Tucson. Check our MLS searches for residential real estate for sale in Guadalupe Arizona.

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