The SpaceSpend a "Night at the Museum" in this eclectic, comfy, home. There are two bed rooms and one bath available for guests. When there are more than two people, both rooms are available for the extra fee. One room has trundle, twin beds, the other has a small, antique, twin bed. I also keep a queen size air mattress around for larger groups. Smoking must be on the patio. Broadband, Direct TV, WI FI, W/D, and a private hot tub(May-Sept.). Montezuma Castle is just ten minutes to the South. The Red Rock Country is a mere 11 miles to the West. This area has the rare distinction of not only bordering National Park Land, but is located in a United Nations Biosphere.
The home has a well lit, island kitchen with dinette. I also have an impressive collection of American and Southwestern Art as well as Cavalry memorabilia. In the front room is a display of both "Dia de Los Muertos" and Hopi/Apache artifacts. Surrounding the formal dining room is an array of Art from the Impressionists, mid-century abstract, western, and some fine examples of a few contemporary Southwest Artists. There is a private trail on the property where guests are welcome to pray, meditate, sing, or just enjoy the view of Jerome to the West.
The Montezuma Well National Monument is walking distance from the home and is a great place for a picnic or to cool your feet in Beaver Creek.
There is a Barbecue, Diner, Cafe' and a Family Restaurant within a mile from the property.
Local friends include a Yoga Instructor, a masseuse, and a Swiss Chef, all whom are available with a 24 hour notice.
You won't find another location just 1/2 hour from Uptown Sedona, with this many amenities and history yet so close to a Wilderness Area. Guest AccessKitchen, Hot Tub(May-Sept), Laundry, parking space, front parlor w/ fireplace, WI FI, flat screen, and the indigenous garden with nature trail are all available for my guests. Interaction with GuestsI Love to tell stories about my families' history in the Southwest along with the details of my art collection and military memorabilia. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood has much Hollywood and "Mobster" lore. What used to be a private enclave for "Movie Stars" is now occupied by an admix of retirees, artists, forestry employees, and construction journeymen. Adjacent to the Montezuma Well National Monument. The property is shadowed by a hill of cedar, pinion, scrub oak and mesquite. Starry Nights and plenty of wildlife. Which include javelina, deer, raccoon, and the rare ringtail. Getting AroundThe home is very close to HWY 17. There is a local bus service which only travels from Rimrock & Lake Montezuma to Camp Verde which is 11 miles to the South. The last 1/2 mile to the home is a ranch (gravel) road. Other Things to NoteThere's always fresh Colombian Coffee and/or several teas available each morning. You will never run out of bathroom tissue and each guest receives a fresh bar of moisturizing soap and there is a new blow dryer/curling iron in the bath as well. The bathroom was re decorated with new cabinets, fixtures, and art last year. Included are many extra pillows, blankets, and towels for each room.