The property is conveniently located in Cave Creek/Carefree, AZ. Easy walk to shopping, dining and entertainment. Just minuets from historic down town Cave Creek and the Boulders Resort. The town of Carefree is located due north of Scottsdale. Cave Creek is a true western town, with real cowboy activities. We are located 20 miles off of (I)17, between Sky Harbor Air Port and Sedona.
The house is bright and airy and in great condition. It is comfortable and 'user friendly', the privacy amazing. Home is very easy to maintain. Neighbors call it the HAPPY HOUSE. Adjacent to 20 acres of Land Trust Preserve. Javalina, quail, coyote, bob cats, desert fox. road runners, Jack rabbits and mule deer are viewed regularly at our natural watering hole or frolicking in Galloway wash. 360 degrees of Mountain views and the best sunsets. It is located in the heart of town, but one would never know it. No neighbors to hear, and few cars. A true outwest experience!
The home: Private walled patio/pool on 2+ acres. There is a Living room / dining room / den and workable, well equipped kitchen. Master bedroom has king sized bed and a private bedroom Patio. Twin beds can be pushed together to become a king size bed in the second bedroom. Enjoy dark balmy nights from the pool, patio or around the outside wood burning bee hive fireplace. Great outside dining area. Well landscaped, most enjoyable. Wonderful for entertaining. Wonderful for relaxing. Wonderful for private sunbathing.
Our great location: Horseback riding, spring baseball training, golf, hiking, are all here. We are located in the north end of the Valley of the Sun, anything that Phoenix has to offer is no further than an hour away. Sedona, AZ. is a good hour north. Tonto National Forest, Bartlett Lake 15-30 minutes east Wonderful location for city access and real desert living and exploring. Within walking distance is the post office, grocery store, farmers market, very fine dining, cowboy dining, wine bars, shops and fun entertainment.
Just a Gem!
Cowboys and Indians: Cave Creek area is the last real western living type town in the the Valley. Many steak houses with country music. Live Bull riding on Wednesday and Friday night, right in the middle of town. See abandoned 1860 gold mines. Hike or ride horses into the desert on old military trails. Many Indian ruins within relative easy hiking distances. This is where the last battled between the US Cavalry and the Apaches took place. Very western, very American, very historic and lots of fun.