The Casas

At Mira Vista Resort

For the discriminating nudist – A first in Arizona.

This is your chance to own new property at an established resort. (Membership to Mira Vista Resort is available for purchase to all Casas buyers and others.) The location is perfect – Mira Vista is in Marana, at the NW edge of Tucson. The Tucson area has long been an extremely popular vacation destination, and now nudists can have their very own piece of Sonoran Desert Paradise.

The Casas at Mira Vista are just 3 miles off I-10, yet quite isolated. There will be no city lights outside your doors or windows, no nearby street traffic. Yet, it’s just 2 miles to shopping, banks and all the other necessities, and 22 miles to Tucson International Airport.

The Casas buildings strategically encircle Mira Vista Resort and provide views of mountains, desert, city lights and the resort center.

The sales price is not for a base model – many upgrades are already included in the price. There is no need to spend more to get the quality designer touches that you desire.

Casa Condos Features

  • Top-quality construction and finishes
  • 1226 square feet each 2 BR unit, plus 2 covered balconies or patios
  • 18″ tile floors in living areas and baths
  • Upgraded carpeting in bedrooms
  • Quartz or Granite slab countertops in kitchen and baths
  • Custom-tiled showers, oversized in master bath
  • Walk-in closet

Mira Vista Resort membership club’s amenities are all completed and in use – elegant main building, 4 pools and spas, full-service restaurant, cozy cantina bar, clubhouse/lounge with full bar, recreation and conference room, fully-equipped fitness center, pickleball, massage, great activities and lots of fun times. Access to the resort and all of its amenities is available with Club membership.

The Casas are designed for you to spend as much time in as you desire. All are eligible for the Mira Vista rental program. The second bedroom and bath have a private entrance, allowing for multiple rental options. The rental program will be managed by Mira Vista Resort.

The Casas at Mira Vista is a fractional-ownership development. The sales prices assume that a single buyer will purchase each condominium units, which consists of 4 equal fractions for title and recording purposes.

News Update 1-1-24:  There are now 65 Casas condo units built around Mira Vista Resort. Currently, 1 ground level unit is still available for sale. One 2 bedroom/2 bath #3105 at $419,900. Price subject to change.

Sales Inquiries:

Mira Vista Resort (520) 744-2355

Developer – Wayne Schell

Phone: (714)-222-6205


Life at Mira Vista

by Dick and Mary Brown

Mary and I retired in 2011. We had made plans to find a place to settle that had three criteria: it had to have no snow to plow, no grass to mow, and a “no clothes required” life style. We visited Florida, but it was over-developed, had too many bugs and was way too humid, but Tucson Arizona appeared as the best fit for our needs and desires. Tucson has a lot to see and do outside the resort.

We were the first full -time residents of the “The Casas” at Mira Vista and life has been great. I won’t go through a laundry list of what’s here, rather let me describe a typical Friday.

We are usually early risers. We do like to lie in bed and listen to the birds at sun-rise. We get up (no reason to get dressed) and watch the news and weather, followed by a trip to the gym (walk of about a hundred feet). The gym accommodates both weight training and cardio-vascular fitness. The equipment array is extensive. Some days Mary and I ride our bikes. The driveway around the resort is .4 miles. If you haven’t tried nude cycling, you should. We are not runners, but if that’s your thing, Mira Vista can accommodate it.

We enjoy coffee on our patio watching the sun rise over the Catalina Mountains. I like to rock back in the patio chair with my Kindle for an hour or two of sun. We get more sun and a swim in the afternoon in any of the three pools or a soak in the hot tub.

Friday evenings we enjoy having friends in for a glass of wine, before we head to the restaurant for dinner. The chef, “Ms. Vic,” is an accomplished master of the kitchen. After dinner, we head to the club for a drink and karaoke with Harry G. (So, it’s Harry-oke if you please.) Some of the singers are actually pretty good. We are not late night folks, so we head back to the condo by nine or ten o’clock. If the karaoke is still going strong, we can’t hear it. We do get occasional coyote serenades at night.

Notice that I never said anything about clothes. The only thing I wear is a cap and sandals.

It’s a great life!