Country Club Village

Bound by Pima Road and the Reata Wash, Country Club Village has deep architectural roots that celebrate and preserve the natural character of the Sonoran Desert, as reflected in both homes and landscaping. It is a mixed community of custom and non-custom single family homes, attached patio homes, condominiums, and townhomes. The architectural styles range from the Western Regional Farm House and Ranch House to traditional Spanish Eclectic styles.

Other regionally relevant styles such as Pueblo, Prairie, and contemporary interpretations of Western Regional, Prairie, and Pueblo styles can also be found here.

The Country Club at DC Ranch forms the heart of the village. The Club was opened in 1997 and offers a distinctive 45,000-square foot Ranch Hacienda Clubhouse that honors the heritage of its origins as a working desert camp for cattle ranching. The Clubhouse was extensively renovated in 2015 and received numerous awards.  Spectacular views frame all 18 holes of the golf course, designed by Tom Lehman and John Fought, making it one of the most prime locations in the entire valley. 

The Country Club Village and Desert Camp Village are the original villages in DC Ranch. The first homes were built in the late 1990s, with the first residents moving in to their homes in 1997.

Country Club Village Neighborhoods
Columbia Community 
Country Club 
Tapadero