This very nicely decorated cabin is located in Pinetop, Arizona on .22 acres of tall Ponderosa Pine.
This 672 square foot cabin has two bedrooms, one bath and can sleep up to five people. It is completely furnished with all the comforts of home. All you need to bring are your personal items and groceries. The cabin has a propane gas grill with a front and side deck to relax with when taking a break from all the activities the White Mountains has to offer. The lot is completely fenced with tall pine trees.
Amenities: Master Bedroom Queen Size Bed; Second Bedroom Day Bed with trundle; ceiling fans throughout; new wood blinds throughout; washer and dryer; full Kitchen: refrigerator, stove, microwave, blender, coffee maker, toaster, and all cooking and eating utensils; Living Area: sofa, cable with two televisions, DVD player with over 50 movies. There are reading materials and board games. The cabin has baseboard electric heating. Trash pickup services are every Tuesday. Please note that pets and smoking are not allowed.
Activities and Attractions: Hiking, Fishing, Hunting, Horseback Riding, Skiing, Sledding, Tubing, Swimming, Golfing, Miniature golf, Go-Carts, Casino, Cinema, Arcade, and Shopping are just some of the activities available in the Pinetop-Lakeside area. Hon-Dah Casino with a restaurant is five miles away. Woodland Lake Park offers scenic walks, hiking trails, fishing, outdoor volleyball, and picnic tables. The Snowflake Temple is a forty five minute drive away. Sunrise Ski Park is a forty five minute drive away. Shopping: Wal-Mart Supercenter, Lowes, and Home Depot are nine miles away. Safeway is three miles away.
My dad's side of the family is from Pinetop, Arizona. I have always loved the area and hoped to own a home there someday. While looking at homes for sale in 2007, one in particular caught our eyes. When my wife liked what she saw my dream became a reality and we bought our cabin in May 2007.
Our cabin was built by Stewart and Genevieve Elson in 1972. It is now called Adair Springs Cabin, in honor of my ancestors who founded the town of Adair where Fools Hollow Lake is currently located. It is used as a second home and vacation rental. I hope my guests enjoy the cabin as much as we do.