Unique Private Home Rentals at the Ranch
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This charmer sits on its own part of the property, with its own road. This is the formal front entrance, from the private parking area.
The front porch/patio, a welcoming entrance.
Western side of the house, looking toward the south.
The informal back parking area.
The lovingly renovated, large kitchen/dining room is filled with light from skylights and several garden windows.
The dining-room side of the large, light-filled kitchen. Garden windows fill one wall and overlook the pond outside.
The living room's wood-burning fireplace and hardwood floor invite you to relax and let go of the day's worries.
Large picture windows on each wall provide lots of light in the living room, yet outsiders can't see in, due to the house's location.
In the roomy living room, a ceiling fan and a pass-through into the kitchen provide comfort and convenience.
From this vantage point in the living room, you get a good idea of the open feeling of the floor plan (note: variations in wall tone are due to marring of original photo).
A french door at the back exit provides ambiance, and no trace can be seen of the laundry area which is tucked behind the solid doors to the right.
The bedroom features Mexican tile and plenty of closet space. Across the hall is the entrance to the custom bath.
This tub and shower was renovated a few years ago, and no longer exists as shown here. No photos are available of the showwer and tub after renovation, but they were replaced with a whirlpool tub and in-wall shower fixtures.
The bathroom beore renovation. The main changes after renovation include a new tiled countertop (no photos available).
This special house warms the heart of everyone who sees it. A stucco exterior embraces large, light-filled rooms nestled within, providing a comfortable and charming home with a southwestern look and feel.
The house features a custom bath, and Mexican Saltillo tile in all rooms, with the exception of a hardwood floor in the living room. A wood-burning fireplace makes things cozy for those crisp desert evenings, and an efficient MasterCool system keeps you comfortable during summer. Features also include a small pond, garden windows in dining room and kitchen, and skylights.
This one-bedroom, one-bath home is steeped in history, being located along the old Cave Creek Stagecoach Pass. It is geographically in the center of the Phoenix area, but by virtue of being surrounded by the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, it is protected from encroaching development.
NOTE: This home was recently renovated. Although the layout remains the same, some photos shown here do not show the renovations, improvements and upgrades. These include a newly-remodeled bathroom with whirlpool tub, new wooden ceilings in some rooms, new windows, new hardwood flooring in the living room, new stainless steel appliances, additional insulation, and more.
Unfurnished; minimum rental period six months;
automatic renewal; small pets ok; maximum two occupants.