Sam Hughes is one of those central Tucson neighborhoods that outsiders don’t expect. Turn-of-the-century territorial style houses and mission-style bungalows painted in browns and purples and sage greens sit on quiet, tree-lined streets, all within walking distance of shops, restaurants and parks. It’s also close to the University of Arizona and Downtown, Tucson’s cultural center. Named after an early civic leader, the neighborhood is in a constant state of revitalization as new homeowners move in to restore older homes. Housing prices range from the $200,000 to $1.5 million, attracting a diverse population.