Historic Luxury Vacation Rental with Private Patio Close to Central TucsonTucson, Arizona (United States)
Historic Luxury Vacation Rental with Private Patio Close to Central Tucson
"The owner obviously takes great pride in this property. It was immaculate, completely updated with old world charm. Walking distance to the Universi…"
This historic luxury vacation rental is close to all that Central Tucson has to offer—the perfect place for guests to unwind and relax. The charming 1920s bungalow has two bedrooms, accommodating four guests. The master bedroom has a king-size bed and is beautifully decorated. The second bedroom has a trundle bed that sleeps up to two.
There is a fully equipped kitchen, with a gourmet stainless range, including a coffee maker, blender, and all utensils. There is also a pantry with spices, tea, and coffee. The living area is cozy and modern, and there are a large sofa and two armchairs. Guests will be entertained by the 42-inch flatscreen TV with DVD player and cable, WiFi, games, books, and toys. There are a lovely patio and garden with an outdoor grill, so guests can enjoy some outdoor dining.
The property comes with a washing machine and dryer for guests convenience. There is also high-speed internet, a 42" flat screen TV in the living room and a Smart TV in the master bedroom. There is a BBQ grill on the outdoor patio and parking on-site.
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Private Barbecue
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
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Location & Surroundings
Tucson, Arizona (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
Tucson is ideally located to access nature at its best while being able to see some city sites. The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is located 15 miles west of Tuscon, though it is more similar to a zoo than a museum. Here guests will see a range of native animals, including prairie dogs, coyotes, and mountain lions, as well as 56,000 plant species. The Mount Lemmon Scenic Byway is a must do activity in the area and is claimed to be one of the most scenic drives in southeast Arizona. The views of the canyon and mountains are breathtaking, and there are stunning vantage points where guests can have a picnic while overlooking the incredible scenery. The Saguaro National Park is a must-see, where guests can see the symbol of Arizona, the Saguaro cactus. The park is a great place to go hiking and take in the surrounding beauty.