- Price Range
- Low $200s - Low $700s
- Home Types
- Single Family
- Number of Homes
- New And Resale Homes
- Age Restrictions
- Construction Dates
- 2008 - Present
- Robson Communities
- 9 reviews
SaddleBrooke Ranch Overview
SaddleBrooke Ranch is Robson's newest active adult community in Arizona near Tucson. It is situated in high Sonoran desert terrain near the towering Santa Catalina Mountains. This highly sought-after community offers finely crafted homes, world-class amenities and a vibrant lifestyle.
Robson Communities has built some of the finest active adult communities across Arizona for the last four decades. SaddleBrooke Ranch is a follow-up to the award-winning SaddleBrooke community located four miles south. After 23 years of construction and the completion of over 4,500 homes, SaddleBrooke has reached build out. Now, Robson has set out to continue their success with a community that is sure to raise the bar on luxurious active adult living.
SaddleBrooke Ranch Amenities
The brand new 37,000 square-foot La Hacienda Club opened at the end of 2010. This state-of-the-art facility is arguably one of the most impressive clubhouses offered at any active adult community in Arizona. It includes a massive outdoor resort-style pool with lap lanes and resistance pool surrounded by large sundeck. The Viva Fitness Center includes all of the latest state-of-the-art cardiovascular and weight equipment. Residents will have plenty of opportunity for exercise in the indoor lap pool or by participating in classes such as aerobics, yoga, Pilates and spin in the aerobics and dance studio. Hobby enthusiasts will find plenty to do at the arts & crafts studio.
When it is time to relax, the full service Esperanza Spa offers massages and the adjacent Salon Del Sol offers a full menu of salon services. Additionally, the Bistro Veinte offers a casual and relaxing environment to grab a bite to eat or watch your favorite sports team with your new friends and neighbors.
Outside, residents enjoy numerous pickleball and bocce ball courts along with a tennis complex featuring a lighted stadium court. The 18-hole SaddleBrooke Ranch Golf Course is a 6,875-yard, par-72 course that meanders through lush green desert fauna following natural contours and gentle undulations. Over 250 trees were planted along the fairways to create a scenic - albeit challenging - round of golf.
SaddleBrooke Ranch Homes & Real Estate
There are currently numerous single-family ranch-style floor plans offered in SaddleBrooke Ranch that range in size from 1,404 to 2,808 square feet. Years of practice and design have led to a top-notch lineup of homes that offer the latest design techniques and modern finishes craved by adult buyers. Many of the homes incorporate expansive great rooms, outdoor living space, split floor plans and golf cart garages. Additionally, gourmet kitchens, spa-like baths and attention to detail make the homes in SaddleBrooke Ranch stand out from the ordinary.
SaddleBrooke Ranch Lifestyle
True to all Robson communities, SaddleBrooke Ranch places a strong emphasis on catering to the active lifestyle needs of today's retirees. A vibrant lineup of clubs, activities and events creates the opportunity for a lifestyle that can be both physically active and socially engaging. The first buyers in SaddleBrooke Ranch have acted as "pioneers" in designing a full calendar of activities that is sure to attract retirees for years to come.
SaddleBrooke Ranch is located 28 miles north of downtown Tucson in Oracle, Arizona. It is perched in the Santa Catalina foothills at an elevation of 3,500 feet. The community's remote location in the high desert provides a welcome escape from the congestion and hot summers closer to Tucson.
The nearby mountains and 1.78 million acre Coronado National Forest provide majestic views and boundless recreational opportunities. Within ten minutes from the entrance to SaddleBrooke Ranch, residents can access the National Forest where there are over a hundred miles of hiking and biking trails, campgrounds and ski resorts.
SaddleBrooke Ranch Amenities
- La Hacienda Club - 37,000 Sq. Ft.
- Bistro Veinte Restaurant
- On-Site Craft Brewery
- Pro Shop
- State-of-the-Art Fitness Center
- Steam Rooms
- Locker Rooms
- Fireside T.V. Lounge
- Indoor Lap Pool
- Aerobics & Dance Studio
- Esperanza Spa
- Salon Del Sol Salon & Barber Shop
- Arts & Crafts Studio
- Learning Center
- Wellness Center
- Outdoor Resort-Style Pool with Lap Lanes
- Outdoor Covered Patio
- 18-Hole Championship Golf Course
- 2 Lighted Tennis Courts
- 28 Pickleball Courts
- Dog Park
SaddleBrooke Ranch Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes
There are plenty of activities available in SaddleBrooke Ranch. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.
- Ballroom Dance Club
- Bicycling Group
- Board Games
- Book Club
- British Club
- Computer Club
- Dessert & Discussion
- Dog Park Association
- Duplicate Bridge
- Evening Mixed Gin Rummy Club
- Fine Arts Guild
- Friday Morning Quilt Club
- Genealogy Club
- German-American Friendship Group
- Greenware Club
- Happy Hours
- Hiking Club
- Jewish Friendship Group
- Karate Club
- Lady Niners
- Ladies Birthday Lunch
- Ladies' 18-Hole Golf
- Line Dancing
- Mah Jongg
- Men's Golf Association
- Men's Tennis Group
- Metaphysical Study Group
- Mexican Train
- Mixed Doubles Tennis
- Monday Night Football
- Motorcycle Club
- Needlecraft Group
- Nerds Club
- Party Bridge
- Paper Crafts
- Pickleball Association
- Radio-Controlled Model Flying & Boat Club
- Ranchette Women's Putters
- Rotary Club of SaddleBrooke
- RV Club
- SaddleBrooke Ranch Artists
- SaddleBrooke Singers
- Silver Belles Dance Team
- Sisters in SaddleBrooke
- Square Dancing Club
- State Clubs
- Stampers Club
- Table Tennis Club
- Tennis Club
- The SaddleBrooke Ranch Men's Golf Association
- Volleyball Club
- Writing Group
- Women On Our Own
- Women's Drop-In Tennis Group
- Women's Golf Association
Price Range: Low $200s - Mid $200s
The Villa Series offer floor plans that range in size from 1,404 to 1,777 square feet in size. They include two bedrooms, two bedrooms, and attached two-car garages. Some homes come with a den that can be used as another bedroom.
|Model Name||Sq. Ft.||Beds||Baths||Garage|
|Viva||1655||2 + Den||2||2|
|Lago||1777||2 + Den||2||2|
Tradition Home Series
Price Range: Mid $200s - Low $300s
The Tradition Home Series offers floor plans that include two to three bedrooms, two or two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a two or two-and-a-half-car garage. These homes range from 1,486 to 2,007 square feet.View Floorplans
Premiere Home Series
Price Range: High $200s - Mid $300s
The Premiere collection offers homes that range from 2,046 to 2,576 square feet in size. Most homes have at least two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.View Floorplans
Estate Home Series
Price Range: Mid $300s - Low $600s
The Estate Home Series offers the largest homes in SaddleBrooke Ranch with 2,615 to 2,808 square feet of living spaces. These homes offer a variety of options with two to four bedrooms, at least two-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached garage.View Floorplans
SaddleBrooke Ranch Reviews
- C A.|October 16, 2018First of all, this Overview needs to be updated. There are no bocce courts and the number of homes is PROJECTED to be 5,400 but as of October 2018 there are less than 800. The Bistro hours have been drastically cut back to “force” residents to use the new, beautiful, elegant and expensive Ranch House Restaurant which is located across the street and 2 large parking lots from the pool and meeting rooms and gym.
Also, having lived here for over one year, I am quite disappointed in the quality of construction of our new home and in the customer care follow up to construction issues. In our experience, Robson’s reputation for quality homes is not our reality.
Still, I am attributing some of my disappointment to “growing pains” and hope that, with time, I can be as excited about living here as when we were first introduced to Saddlebrooke Ranch.
A great positive is the number of activities available. There is no need to be bored or sedentary in this community, except by choice. Everyone is so friendly and social. There is a new, nicely equipped, Center for Arts and Tech including a library, and a long list of social clubs for almost any interest.
- j. L.(Resident/Homeowner)|January 24, 2018We have lived here 4+ years and have loved it. As a new development, everyone is a newcomer and is reaching out to get acquainted. We just had a Club Expo and over 40 clubs participated from various sports groups to card players, to writers, book clubs and dining out groups. The new, opulent club house will open in a few months as well as the arts & craft building where there will be painting, clay, metal and wood working, plus a glass studio. Currently being built is a Fry's Grocery store only 5 miles away. We made a great decision to make Saddlebrooke Ranch our home.
- PDL (Resident/Homeowner)|December 8, 2017Hiking, gold, pickleball, tennis, bridge, Mah Jong, poker, offroading, horseback riding, target shooting, swimming, art, book clubs, dining out clubs, writing, wine tasting, and lectures on health, history and science are SOME of the activities we've enjoyed over five years at Saddlebrooke Ranch. There are more and the facilities for them are improving dramatically in 2018 with a massive new clubhouse containing a restaurant and a large new arts and crafts center. For the more sedentary, by choice or circumstance, there is mountain gawking, stargazing, and a nightly coyote serenade. There is an interesting mix of people living in SBR with an interesting mix of interests. SBR is a friendly, welcoming place.
Even the services in the broader area have improved over our five years here and will continue to improve with a major grocery and shopping area slated to open down the road in 2018. But SBR will retain its solitude, free of heavy traffic and the clamor of city living. Tucson, a university town with an historic past, is 45 minutes down the road with a rich set of urban services and attractions for relief from solitude.
- Boulderguy |June 13, 2017Recently spent some time in the Saddlebrooke communities north of Tucson.. Ranch is the newest member (along with the Preserve) and is located a bit further from shopping and medical necessities than Saddlebrooke. Some concerns regarding Ranch....they do not take VA loans on most homes (only finished homes). Homes can be $ once you consider all of the add-ons...especially required landscaping. Be aware the the Ranch is close to the Page Trowbridge waste site. Your best bet maybe in purchasing a resale at original Saddlebrooke. A caveat however...... the age group at the original Saddlrebrooke is closer to 80+...so if you are a boomer...you may be more comfortable socializing with the younger Ranch crowd. GLTA....
- Jeff G.|June 9, 2017Active adult community with newer homes. Clubhouse is great and there's an on-site restaurant.
- Resident since July 2015 (Resident/Homeowner)|August 31, 2016We like it here but are concerned that Robson is not quickly addressing needed repairs in the area. Chairs in the club house had big gaping holes in the leather for months before they began to fix them. Same holes on some of the leather in the salon as well as laminate peeling away from cabinetry. Additionally, they are not forcing contractors in the area to drive 25 mph or less! They speed down Arroyo Vista and other main drives at well beyond safe speeds. There just seems to be a lack of interest in the residents once they get beyond selling you the home.
- Rich (Resident/Homeowner)|July 25, 2014What the other people said is correct it's a long way from anything. But that is the draw for people like me who don't like the congestion of the city. The scenery is beautiful. The facilities are rather spartan at the moment with only a 3' deep pool ...yes only 3'! It looks impressive when the sales people walk you around but it's REALLY shallow. Unless you play pickelball or golf there is not really much to do yet. The place is a work in progress with only some 350 homes built out of a projected several thousand.
My issue after moving in here is the constant stream of repairs needed on our new home. I would call construction quality simply average for mass produced homes like Robson makes. I would say the fit and finish of the insides is rather cheap looking when done and I added over $60,000 of extras just to get it acceptable. The listed prices of the new homes are WAY lower than the actual finished prices unless you want a bland basic house with the cheapest of amenities. I have been very disappointed by the overall quality of our new home. I am in construction and I know the difference between a well built home and an assembly line fast built home which these basically are. Time will tell how our new home holds up over the long haul.
- Andy |January 4, 2014The clubhouse here is fabulous! Nothing in the area is better. But . . . Saddlebrooke Ranch is so far from any community amenities. There is NO decent grocery store for miles. You really have to go into NW Tucson for quality grocery shopping. This community is just too far from all that I am used to having in my life. Also, the houses were not that appealing - ho hum.
- Susan L.(Resident/Homeowner)|April 29, 2013I considered a resale home in the original SaddleBrooke community but choose to build a new home at SaddleBrooke Ranch because of the luxury amenities here. Everything here is so beautifully decorated and designed I feel like I live in a fancy resort. The clubhouse just opened a couple years ago so everything is still pretty new and the community team does a wonderful job maintaining everything perfectly. I've joined a few clubs and took up walking for fitness. I've really enjoyed meeting so many new people here and bringing my friends over to show off my new home!
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