Enchanted Hills Neighborhood

The Enchanted Hills 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 plans for the subdivision, opens a new window had been drawn by the firm Blanton & Cole, Architects - Engineers and were approved in April 1962.

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.


Sottosanti, Danielle. "Where’d that name come from? Well, neighbor…, opens a new windowArizona Daily Star. July 20, 2008. Page B1.

Subdivision Plat Map Selection, opens a new window | pima.gov

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