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Enchanted Hills Neighborhood 

This neighborhood in Tucson got its name because the developer wanted a King Arthur theme for his subdivision. The neighborhood was built in the early 1960s. Streets in this neighborhood have names relevant to Arthurian legend: Merlin, Camelot and Castle are examples.

The boundaries of this neighborhood are: West 36th Street on the north, South Lands End Road on the east, South La Cholla Boulevard on the west and West 44th Street on the south.

Source: 

“Where’d that name come from? Well, neighbor…” Arizona Daily Star. July 20, 2008. Page B1.

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Last Update: 6-17-2014 12:23pm

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