This is a historic Adobe Home, it has traditional southwestern design like the Pueblo arches. Wooden beams run along the ceiling, a inviting wood burning fireplace, with two private patios for morning coffee. There is a sunlit library for working remotely. This is an exclusive neighborhood, romantic and peacefully nestled in the foothills of Camelback Mountain. Live amongst the succulents and aloe vera cactus in the oasis, and still be in the city for the attractions and lively events.
It is a quiet, peaceful, romantic setting that is only minutes from central Phoenix.
Enchanting unique features of the casita are a master bedroom suite that is emblematic of the desert southwest with traditional wooden beams and ceiling, and a wood-burning fireplace. This artistic jewel will not only house your body but lift your spirit.
Up the circular staircase is the library/lounge and a sunroof/ solarium with chaise lounges to soak in the almost perpetual sunshine.
Points of interest -
There are hiking trails from the casita to the Phoenix mountain preserve. Walking north on Palo Christi or cross Lincoln and a half a mile up a moderately steep paved road will lead you into the Phoenix Mountain Reserve. If you go south on Palo Christi and you will end up at the Hermossa Inn where you want to have a cocktail at sunset in their splendid flower and sculpture gardens viewing the sunset dessert skyline.
Continue south on Palo Christi and you’ll end up at the Arizona canal which are gonna walk in either direction for short sprints or longer excursions.
Walk around the neighborhood and look at the palatial homes that will take your breath away.
We are only 20 minutes from the airport, sports arenas, Phoenix Art Museum, the world class Native American heard museum in from Roosevelt row where you don’t want to miss first Fridays which is the funkiest happening here in Phoenix.
You’re around the corner from the central Camelback Road car under the financial capital shopping centers and world-class restaurants.