Base your Flagstaff visit in Historic Downtown, a short stroll to restaurants, coffee shops, shopping and galleries. This well-appointed condo, compact and thoughtfully designed, is the perfect place for a couple or a small family to call home between visits to the Grand Canyon, hiking, biking, skiing, climbing or just hanging out in this super friendly village. Flagstaff is a dog-friendly town, and we also welcome your well-behaved dog.
One bedroom with queen bed, a fold-down sofa bed in the living room, bath with shower and fully stocked with cotton linens, and a full kitchen come together in this 8-unit historic building, beautifully and lovingly remodeled for modern living and vacationing. The second story unit offers a quiet retreat from your active vacation, with cable tv/dvd and wifi for downtime and catching up. Catch the summer breeze through the windows or from the balcony on this corner unit. Games, books and movies are also available.
Flagstaff is beautiful in all 4 seasons, and downtown is the place enjoy music, festivals, the monthly First Friday artwalk, outdoor movies, superior dining, and hip and unique shopping. For active vacationers who believe simple and well-designed is the way to go, and who also love the hum of a charming downtown social atmosphere and the ability to park the car and walk or drive whenever possible, this is the place!
Keywords: Downtown, renovated building, condo, quiet!, non-smoking
We love Flagstaff for its friendly, open atmosphere and pure natural beauty. Like so many who live in and visit, we love to hike, bike, ski and combine the pleasure of activity with love of nature.
This property caught our attention for the artful way these compact apartments had been converted for modern living, keeping the feeling of an older building on a quiet street, yet walking distance to everything we love about downtown.
Our ideal way to experience any place is on foot if possible. Except for driving to the many beautiful hiking areas, we like to park our car and walk to the many restaurants, both elegant and earthy. And coffee--is it better in Flagstaff or does it just taste better when you’re sitting in the warm humming atmosphere at Macy’s on a winter morning, or sitting outside watching both the clouds and the people at Late for the Train on a summer afternoon? You be the judge.
Flagstaff is the gateway to the Grand Canyon, 1-3 hours drive depending on which part you visit. It is less than an hour to the world renown red rocks of Sedona. The Museum of Northern Arizona features the anthropology, biology, geology, and Fine Arts of the Colorado Plateau. Also visit Lowell Observatory, The Arboretum at Flagstaff, Northern Arizona University, Coconino Center for the Arts, or go downhill skiing at Snowbowl, cross country skiing at the Nordic Center.
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