The Sabino Springs Homeowners Association acquired the Tucson, Ariz. property from Romspen Arizona National LLC. The development was designed with an emphasis on preservation and animal protection, and almost half of the property is designated to remain undeveloped. “Now having the guidance of Sabino Springs with their property in focus as well, we are confident Arizona National will remain the strong community asset it has become,” said General Manager Jeff Brandt.
Arizona National Golf Club in Tucson, Ariz. has been purchased by Sabino Springs Homeowners Association. The Homeowners Association acquired the property from Romspen Arizona National LLC.
Sabino Springs is a gated community of 515 homes amid 430 acres of natural desert at the base of the Catalina Foothills next door to Arizona National Golf Club, which was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. The development was designed with an emphasis on preservation and animal protection. As result, almost half the property is designated to remain undeveloped, making this community a unique blend of golf course and wilderness.
“We are thrilled to have the Sabino Springs community on board and directing us into the future,” said Jeff Brandt, General Manager of Arizona National. “With how intimate a connection they already have with our golf course and how much they already care for our surrounding land, it only makes sense our partnership is now official.”
Opening in 1996, Arizona National Golf Club is a diverse 6,785-yard layout that follows the rugged natural flow of land across shady mesquite-lined arroyos and skirts craggy rock outcroppings.
“From the beginning, our golf course has been a reflection of its native desert roots and we hope it remains that way forever,” Brandt said. “Now having the guidance of Sabino Springs with their property in focus as well, we are confident Arizona National will remain the strong community asset it has become.”