St David Springs Mountain View

59°

Cordial Climate

Live Close to the Land

Just 10 minutes from Benson and one hour from Tucson, the homesites in the new Southern Arizona oasis of St. David Springs offer natural beauty, preserved park land and farm-ready, resource-rich homesteads for true country living and the chance to live close to the land.

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A Secluded Oasis Near What You Need


The communities of St David Springs lie just off Arizona State Highway 80. Though the location is both rural and secluded, basic necessities are readily available in the communities of Benson, Sierra Vista, Sonoita, Huachuca City and Bisbee just 10-45 minutes away. Metropolitan Tucson lies 50 minutes west along Interstate 10.

Location

One-Acre
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Farm-Ready
Homesteads

Lifestyle Farm Lots

Have the Home of Your Dreams

Your custom dream home is just months from completion at St. David Springs. Begin from scratch for a fully custom build or choose finishes for a home in the drywall stage to make your new home unique. Our vetted, quality builders offer a number of models and floor plans to choose from.

Solar panels, passive heating and cooling and abundant water from artesian wells help preserve the natural beauty in and around St. David Springs.

Custom Homes

Birding, Farming and Room to Breathe


The communities of St. David Springs are bordered by the San Pedro National Conservation Area and surrounded by state and federal land, perfect for families who want the convenience of new, modern, homes with the lifestyle of country living amid natural beauty.

Our Escalante Crossing community features a 50-acre private park bisected by the San Pedro River. The River Bend Ranch community offers farm-ready lots with abundant irrigation water.

Stories
A Birder’s Paradise

A Birder’s Paradise

The San Pedro Riparian Conservation Area ›

Rise of the Lifestyle Farm

Rise of the Lifestyle Farm

Satisfaction of life close to the land ›

Travel Back in Time

Travel Back in Time

The Cienegas of Escalante Crossing ›

Why “Farm Kids” Succeed

Why “Farm Kids” Succeed

What farming teaches youth ›