Camino Blanco is one of the most interesting streets in Tucson. The residential architecture is unlike anything I have seen in this town. Further down from these houses is the beautiful Unity Church.
The street is just off of River Road. It runs from a lofty foothill down to the Rillito. A very wide wash, a canyon with steep cliffs on either side, is on the eastside of the road. The most interesting houses perch on the cliff, overlooking the wash. The earth-tone house sort of straddles it.
The photos are of four homes. There is a red-tile Spanish classic, a massive earth tone house, an English Tudor (?) near-mansion (Stratford on Blanco) and an unusual Miami-style home.