2350 sq.ft 3 Bedrooms/2 bathrooms, 2 car garage, rear deck with great views.
Georgia & Len met in Prescott in 2002, fell madly in love and got married on the courthouse square on the 4th of July 2005. Len is a local realtor with Coldwell Banker and Georgia is a CPA, fitness instructor, wife, mother and grandmother to 5 wonderful grandchildren. We have also have 2 pugs. Snooch & Weezie!
Owner purchased this House in 2008
Why Owner chose Prescott
Amazing view, close to town and comfortable accomodations
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:25
$25/person/night over 4 people please
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Outstanding views 180 degrees. Len was very helpful in setting up the main TV controls. Very nice accommodations. Plenty of sitting. Kitchen was equipped with enough pans.
Good for families
Nice home in quiet neighbourhood. Group of 6 adults very comfortable. Good view of thumb butte.
Nice property with a beautiful view
Very nice, clean, open plan house with a beautiful view. Also a very quiet street - you can hear the wind in the pines when you sit in the front porch chairs. Only a short drive to courthouse square in downtown Prescott. Would definitely stay again.
Great location and lot’s of windows wuth an awesome view.
Great place to stay and enjoy Prescott area.
It's on a cul-de-sac and the house, decks, hot tub and yard are private. The back 'yard' is more like a private foothills trails area.
I Highly recommend booking this house! I am speechless how clean and welcoming it felt. It certainly felt like a home away from home. This experience does not happen often and I will be recommending this place to my friends & family. I highly recommend anyone else to book as well :) you won’t be disappointed!
Prescott is a city in central Arizona. Downtown, historic Whiskey Row is known for its bars and live music venues. The Sharlot Hall Museum documents the region’s pioneer-era history. The Smoki Museum exhibits artifacts from indigenous peoples of the Southwest. To the northeast, Watson Lake is home to hundreds of bird species, and a circuit of trails runs among the granite boulders dotting its shore.