Moab Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-4)
The Center Street Condo is a luxurious place to spend your vacation with marble countertops, a luxurious travertine bath, and a king sized bed in the roomy master bedroom (three closets!). There's plenty of room to spread out and WIFI for your convenience. The living room features a 42' flat screen TV with satellite dish, and a super comfy inflatable queen sized pull out sofa with pillow top. The gourmet kitchen will be a dream come true to any cook, and the delightfully landscaped private yard and deck area are wonderful for lounging in the evening. A large BBQ is available for outdoor cooking too.
Spend your day in the parks and when you're done park your car in the gated back yard and walk to all the restaurants, shops, spas, bookstores, musical events, and city parks the town has to offer. Moab's brand new fitness and aquatics center (indoor and outdoor pools) is located 3 blocks away.
The Center Street Condo is a luxurious place to spend your vacation with marble countertops, a luxurious travertine bath, and a king sized bed in the roomy master bedroom (three closets!). There's plenty of room to spread out and WIFI for your convenience. The living room features a 42' flat screen TV with satellite dish, and a super comfy inflatable queen sized pull out sofa with pillow top. The gourmet kitchen will be a dream come true to any cook, and the delightfully landscaped private yard and deck area are wonderful for lounging in the evening. Once you see this place you might decide to just hang out for a day or two to write or read a book!
Spend your day in the parks and when you're done park your car in the gated back yard and walk to all the restaurants, shops, spas, bookstores, musical events, and city parks the town has to offer.
Little kids can learn to pedal on the paved Mill Creek Parkway and bigger folks can head up the nearby Sand Flats Road to the world famous Slickrock Bike Trail. Everything is close at hand from this location one block from Center and Main Street downtown.
Whether you want to visit the parks, participate in action sports, relax, or get some work done in a wonderful environment, this property is a hidden treasure. Take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy Moab to its fullest.
Basketball courts, Park your car and bike or walk to shopping, dining, historic Star Hall, Moab's new library (voted best small town library in America), Dan O'Laurie Museum, art galleries, Municipal and County offices, Moab Swim Center, Mill Creek Parkway. Plenty of off street parking, secure bike storage area. This is a one-of-a kind property perfect for your Moab vacation. There are two steps into the front entrance.
Kid Friendly: Safe and secure gated yard/garden area right out the back door for play.
Center Street Condo is the perfect base camp for exploring Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse Point State Park, Monument Valley, Mesa Verde, Natural Bridges National Monument and many other beautiful attractions of southeastern Utah. Winter is great time to visit these national treasures, red rocks are spectacular with a dusting of snow! The nearby Manti-LaSal Mountains offer summertime mountain biking and hiking as well as cross country skiing on set tracks and backcountry powder runs in the winter. Check out Moab's new 18 hole Frisbee golf course too! Minimum Age Limit for Renters: Must be 25 years of age or have pretty darn good references.
- limited accessibility
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
Of the many 1-2 bedroom vacation rentals we've had over the years, this condo is by far the most thoughtfully designed, thoroughly equippped, stylish, and spacious. It's also immaculate. The location within the town and the Moab area generally is unbeatable. Kel Darnell, the property manager, was generous in answering my many q.s and giving detailed advice as I was planning our Utah hiking holiday. Five stars all around!
Anonymous, Providence, RI
Here is a picture of us doing one of the things we love best, hanging out on the slickrock. Kim is the Executive Director of the Moab Trails Alliance and spends her time writing grants to fund more non-motorized trails in the Moab area. Check out the bike/pedestrian bridge across the Colorado River and the paved path system that links downtown Moab to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks as well as many popular BLM sites. Eddie is an Orthopedic Surgeon from Salt Lake City where he specialized in shoulders for 25 years. Now he practices full time at the new Moab Regional Hospital (2010). He and Kim met on a blind date and the rest is history.
If you have suggestions to make this condo even better for your next stay, let us know. We want you to be happy and enjoy Moab!
We hope you love our condo as much as we do,
Kimberly Schappert and Eddie Weeks
While living in Moab since 1987 I have watched and helped this community change immensely. Besides Moab Trails Alliance, my other business is a walk-in camppark for tents only, Up the Creek Campground. There is no other campground like it in town. 132 E Center is a unique property that was remodeled from a derelict building two blocks from Main Street. It houses 2 hotel style suites with outdoor patio seating on the the front side of the building and two deluxe and distinctly different condo properties in the back, complete with a fantastic private oasis garden. This is where I would want to stay if I didn't already live here! P.S. Eddie agrees completely!
Well, we did stay here after we bought it to see if it was as perfect as we thought. Yes! There is no need for a car once you arrive. Everything in town is within walking or biking distance. The backyard, right out the back door, is private and perfect for after activity cocktail hour and grilling. The beds are super comfortable and the kitchen has everything you need to whip up a feast. Hate to cook? No problem. Walk downtown and find your favorite restaurant. There are plenty to choose from, anything from sushi at Sabaku (Yes it is good!) to other fine dining at the Desert Bistro. The galleries are loaded with wonderful local artist's work, some of them internationally known, like Tom Till's photography or Serena Supplee's canyon scenes. The music festivals, classical or folk, are first class as well as any theatre event put on by the very talented local pool of actors. Be sure to read the Moab Happenings for the month you will be visiting