Tucson House Rental Photos and Description
The community of SaddleBrooke lies nestled at the foot of the Catalina Mountain Range. This two-bedroom, two-bath home, completed and furnished Summer 2012, includes numerous upgrades. Some of the quality add-ons, like bay windows in both bedrooms make these living areas larger, lighter, with a more expansive view. The intention of the design and layout is to create a comfortable, intimate home meant to welcome and rest.
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
About Lonnie Bright
An Iowan who lived my adult life in California, I now favor the comfort of the Sonoran Desert sun and its warmth. My joy is cooking, so the kitchen is appropriately stocked with appliances and utensils. The art has significance. One piece comes from Africa by my own backpack; another, is from an artist in Paris' Place des Vosges, and original art from Provence and Tucson. Yet, this is not a fragile home. It is built for convenience, comfort, and relaxation...with some visual and intellectual eye appeal.
Lonnie Bright purchased this house in 2012
Why Lonnie Bright chose Tucson
Upon my first visit to SaddleBrooke, I became instantly attracted. After six years of returning, I created my own home. And what fun it is.
What makes this house unique
Later-in-life homes have traditionally been monsters in size with rooms and space beyond need. Recently, more friendly designs of flowing space are available. This newest design is 1,485 square feet; there are no superfluous rooms. The home is open, light, airy, and flows smoothly.