|Space||800 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Cozy condo overlooking the Prescott Country Club Golf Course sleeping 4 persons. It has one bedroom
with queen size bed, a very large walk-in closet, living room with a Lazyboy queen size sleeper sofa,
kitchen with breakfast nook overlooking golf course, patio with gas grill, chairs, bistro set (watch the
golfers go by during the day and wildlife at night). The condo is on the ground floor and nobody is above.
We provide a non-smoking environment. Please use outdoor areas for smoking only.
Unfortunately, the present tenant has encountered health issues and had to cancel the remainder of her stay.
We stayed one month in this condo. Loved the location, really nice back patio backing up to the golf course. Felt so open and private at the same time. Nice little fountain and bird bath. My husband enjoyed watching the golfers and birds. Edie is a very gracious hostess. The condo is well stocked with everything you would need, paper products, cookware, soap, detergent, even some basic food items. Lots of closet space and drawers to store clothing and all the stuff we bought to bring back to our home in Mexico! I believe the condo is a good value for the rent charged and will definitely return. Thank you Edie for a "comfortable home away from home!"
We chose this condo because of its convenient location on Prescott CC and favorable prior reviews. Kitchen is well stocked with very nice quality utensils and tableware. Cute patio with comfortable wicker chairs. Bed (queen-size) very comfortable. Linens outdated, faded and pretty well used. Closet full of extra linens and not much shelf space left to use.
Living room furniture needs replacement - not one comfortable piece of furniture. Sofa bed and two chairs looked as if they had seen better days. Window blinds bent. Wifi very slow - you will share wifi with neighbor. TV station selections minimal - unless you like all the info-mercial channels.
This would be a very nice vacation rental if owner makes a few changes.
The condo is at the back of the building so use the right hand sidewalk next to the wall. Parking for at least 5 cars for 3 condos...park by your sidewalk. Have a flashlight just in case lights are out. Six rooms including walk-in closet...plenty big for 2 people. House has t-paper, p-towels and kleenex. Water pressure in the shower is fantastic. Kitchen has washer/dryer, micro, coffee maker, bagel toaster, blender, toaster oven, mixer, small crock, cookie sheets, casserole and lots of pans, skillets. If you need something, head for Goodwill in Prescott Valley. Nice little patio out back with a gas grill. Bring your binoculars and watch the birds and the golfers. Keep water in the bird bath...there is a robin who needs a full bath every day. There are books, games, movies, cd/cassette player, dvd/vhs player, cable, wi-fi. Golf a bit costly here at the club...hubby went to Quailwood. Be aware...state parks may require permits to park & hike. Some Prescott parks also require permits but are free on Wednesday so plan your days. Letterboxing and geocaching in the area. We did an overnight to Grand Canyon, and day trips to Jerome (go early or overnight), Fort Verde, Montezuma's Castle and Well, the Apache Trail (go early...fantastic but be careful...we hit a hole & destroyed a tire). Casinos in Prescott (Bucky's has prime rib on Thursday nite) and near Fort Verde.
We liked this house...Edie very accommodating. Got a problem, just ask her. And we loved the area. Everything you could possibly need can be found in Prescott Valley or Prescott and parking is free, even in the public parking structure. Come and enjoy.
We had a fabulous stay in Prescott. The condo was comfortable, clean and almost like being at home. My husband is not a fan of eating out at restaurants, so having the facilities to cook meals in was a big bonus for us. We made day trips to Sedona, the Grand Canyon, and took a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad. When we stayed in town we enjoyed the museums, the 4th Friday Art Walk, visiting even more galleries the next day and hiking. The Wildflower Bread Co. is an outstanding restaurant that I and my health-conscious husband were thrilled with. Overall, it was an outstanding vacation, and I would highly recommend this condo to anyone looking forward to a a fun, relaxing say in Prescott, AZ.
Top Thing to do in City:
* Charlotte Hall Pioneer Museum.
* Weekend Arts and Crafts Fairs.
* Concerts at the Plaza.
* Concerts at Yavapai College.
* Check out great local restaurants.
Top Thing to do in Budget:
* Visit the Courthouse Plaza.
* Hike around Lynx Lake.
* Drive to the old Mining Town of Jerome.
* Discover the rural community of Chino Valley.
* Hike in the nearby Forest.
Top Thing to do in Family:.....
The cottage location is ideal for golfers. You don't need a car to go to the tee-off - it is in easy
walking distance and so is the clubhouse with a comfortable restaurant/bar and great views and good
food at a reasonable prize. Pro-shop, library are also available. If you venture into Prescott (easy
20 minute drive to downtown) you can experience the courthouse plaza with antique shops,
restaurants, galleries and not to forget 'Whiskey Row' with it's historic bars, western music and
the world famous rodeos (Prescott claims to have the first rodeo ever). Bands are playing in front
of the courthouse, art and craft fairs are frequently held, the 'Old West' is featured in the
Charlotte Hall Museum. The whole atmosphere is reminiscent of Norman Rockwell. There are lakes to
fish and for boating, walks in the pines, horse back riding nearby, hiking in the mountains.
Prescott Vally has frequent events in the sports arena, large cinema center and many restaurants.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
1 Jun 2017 - 30 Sep 2017
7 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable Damage Deposit||A$331.62|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.