CUSTOMER REVIEW: 'Can't say enough about this home and location! Anita’s hospitality began even before we arrived. We called her from the airport and told her we would be stopping for supper on the way from Phoenix. She suggested the perfect place as a welcome to the southwest! The Road Runner Steak House in New River was just off the highway and a great place to unwind after a long flight. Then on to Cottonwood……. Wow! This home was even better than we expected! Gorgeous and spacious sums it up! Anita greeted us with fresh baked brownies. Fresh roses were on the table from the beautiful rose bushes that adorn this property. The home is inviting, well maintained and beyond comfortable. We stayed a week while visiting Sedona, Jerome, Cottonwood and The Grand Canyon. What a great location! Sedona is just a short scenic drive and The Grand Canyon is an easy day trip. It was so nice to come 'home' to a quiet, spacious, peaceful abode after a busy day of sightseeing. We were able to prepare meals in the well equipped, spacious kitchen and eat on the private, gorgeous patio while watching the horses graze in the adjoining field. If that wasn't enough to keep us spell bound and entertained we could watch the graceful Herons that were nesting in the nearby trees! There are two living rooms so us girls could plan our next day’s activities in one while the guys watched TV from comfy overstuffed furniture in the other room. This was a vacation of a lifetime. Don’t hesitate. (The Verde Railroad scenic ride through the valley should not be missed as well as the numerous State Parks. Don’t miss Slide Rock State Park and the Indian Ruins at Montezuma’s Castle) .'
Grand Canyon Visitors! Treat yourself to this gracious and elegant home in the tall trees and abundant greenery a block away from the Verde River. Close to the famous Red Rocks of Sedona (15 mi.), this quiet and pastoral home gives you access to numerous sightseeing adventures in Sedona while providing the peace of a rural setting to come home to. Wake to birds chirping and horses grazing in the back pasture. See blue herons winging south to their rookery, and colorful sunsets painting the sky and Mingus Mountain. Or explore the red rocks formations, visit the ghost town of Jerome, hike to the Native American ruins such as Tuzigoot and Montezuma’s Well, ride the Verde Canyon train, enjoy fishing at Dead Horse Ranch State Park, or drive through beautiful Oak Creek Canyon – you’ll be centrally located for it all.