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Map pinFlagstaff · Arizona
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Grand Canyon Forest View 2 Game Rms Pool Table AC
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Cabin on 2.5 Acres of Pines 2 Primaries AC Dogs Grand Canyon Bearizona Sedona

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* 3000 sqft home with separate studio with kitchen/bath; 2 car garage & free parking on 2.5 Acres * Downstairs game room with pool table * Kid game room with games and toys * Kitchen with new granite countertops & new appliances & loads of pots/pans * Wood stove * Netflix, Apple TV, Satellite tv, Prime, Disney * Deck with BBQ * 10 min to Snow Bowl and 10 min to Downtown Flagstaff * 4.5 mi to NAU * 90 min to Grand Canyon * 40 min to Bearizona * 33 mil to Sedona * 1500 ft to forest gate The air-conditioned cabin sits on 2.5 forested acres, 10 minutes from downtown Flagstaff and 10 minutes to the Snow Bowl turnoff and parking lot. The property is secluded, but close enough for Door Dash. Thus, it offers privacy with convenience. The main cabin is cozy and relaxing, featuring four bedrooms and outdoor decks on all sides. The nearby separate studio apartment is included in the rental. The main cabin has two separate living areas: one upstairs and one downstairs. Upstairs are a great room, including an eating area, with a vaulted ceiling, a powder room, a primary bedroom with ensuite bath and the kitchen. On either side of the great room are two alcoves, one a television viewing area and the other a library or children’s play room, stocked with games and toys. In the middle of the great room is a wood-burning cast iron stove. Just off the television alcove is the powder room. All decks are accessed from the second floor. The upstairs primary bedroom has its own outside door opening onto the west deck. On the back (north) deck guests will find a patio table with an awning and six chairs. On the upper level of that deck is a propane grill. The other three decks feature an assortment of patio tables and chairs, suitable for enjoying the views and the ambiance. The kitchen features granite countertops, a small pantry, a large pantry, a wine cooler and new stainless-steel range, dishwasher and refrigerator. The small appliances include two toasters, an electric tea kettle, a rice maker, a blender, an ice maker, a Fagor instant pot and a crock pot. There is a large microwave oven and a full assortment of cooking utensils, pots, pans and two dutch ovens. For the coffee lover, there is a Baratza Virtuozo burr grinder, a drip coffee maker, an espresso machine, and various Melitta filters and French press pots. There are Keurig coffee makers on both floors. Downstairs there is a second primary bedroom, featuring a king-sized bed with an adjoining bath and a gas fireplace. Across from this room is a third bedroom with a queen-sized bed, a TV set, and an electric fireplace fashioned to look like a cast-iron stove. The third bedroom has access to the full bath next to the downstairs primary bedroom. Also at this end of the ground floor is the utility room, with a washer and dryer. The lower floor also offers a game room, featuring a full-size pool table, a compact refrigerator and a television set. Down a short hall is a fourth bedroom furnished with two full-sized beds. Across the hall from that is another full bath. At the end of the hall is a mud room that opens directly outdoors onto parking spaces. The studio has its own kitchenette, with a stove, sink and refrigerator, and its own ¾ bath. It is furnished with a queen-size sleeper couch, a desk, a printer, an office chair and an internet-connected television set. It also has a Keurig coffee maker. While the studio is a great office or an extra bedroom for adults, because it is some 70 feet from the main house, it is not appropriate for children by themselves -- although teenagers can use it to watch TV and get away from adults. There is a two-car garage in the same building as the studio apartment. The garage contains a Charge Point Flex 50-amp, 240-volt hard-wired electric vehicle charger with a 23-foot cable. This charger is available for use by guests who download the Charge Point app to their smart phones. In addition to the garage, the property offers parking for approximately 8 to 10 other vehicles. There are two outdoor cameras on the property, one on the main house, covering the back yard and one 70 feet away, on the garage, facing the parking areas. The cabin is the perfect place to get out of the city and relax in nature or to use as a base for all the adventures Flagstaff has to offer. The setup is perfect for a couple, a family, a family with grandparents or adult children and/or kids. It also works well for a group of unrelated individuals. There is a big closet in the pool room with a full-size crib and a porta crib in the closet of the upstairs bedroom. They can be moved anywhere in the house. A highchair is in the entry closet upstairs. The house can accommodate up to 12 persons, with 10 in the main house and two in the studio. Every room has internet connectivity and every bedroom has a USB charging station for phones and laptops. Recreation lies right outside the front door. One neighbor raises chickens and goats and another has horses, all of which delight small children. For hikers and mountain bikers, some 400 yards up Magdalena is a private neighborhood entrance to Fort Valley Trail system of the Coconino National Forest. (Because this connects with the Arizona Trail, one can literally walk from here to Utah or to Mexico.). By walking down Magdalena in the other direction and crossing US 180 one can easily access the Flagstaff Urban Trails System (“FUTS”) via the Karen Cooper Trail at Peak View Rd. The Karen Cooper Trail runs along the Rio De Flag all the way to downtown. It is largely level (with one easy grade) and has a good surface. Other recreational activities abound. Thousands of acres of National Forest surround Flagstaff. From our house it is a 10-minute drive to the shopping, entertainment, and restaurants in Historic Downtown. NAU lies just beyond. The Museum of Northern Arizona and the Flagstaff Pioneer Museum are two minutes away. The Grand Canyon is only 76 miles up US 180 and it takes only 40 minutes to get to Bearizona in Williams. Sedona, with its restaurants, galleries, hiking, mountain biking and stunning views is about an hour away, either by the I-17 freeway and Ariz. Hwy. 179 or by driving down the jaw-dropping switchbacks of Oak Creek Canyon on US 89A. Because our house is on the west side of town, during ski season our guests do not have to fight Flagstaff traffic jams to get to the slopes. They just travel 400 yards down Magdalena to US 180 for a short drive to the parking lots and shuttle buses at the base of the Snow Bowl hill. At the day’s end, skiers can shed their gear in the mud room, call for pizza delivery from the nearby Fratelli’s restaurant and relax in front of a roaring fire in the great room while waiting for food to arrive. We employ enhanced cleaning and disinfecting practices to deal with Covid-19. Up to 2 dogs are permitted with permission of Owner for extra $100 cleaning fee. Contact owner. SERVICE ANIMALS: It is our pleasure to accept your service animal at no additional charge. Please answer the following questions legally allowed by the ADA regarding your service animal. 1. Is the service animal required because of a disability? 2. What work or task has the service animal been trained to perform? Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed or tethered at all times, unless these devices interfere with the service animal's work or the individual's ability disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal or other effective controls. The animal must be under the control of the handler at all times, therefore never left alone. If we discover that a guest has misrepresented a pet as a service animal, we reserve the right to seek financial restitution, report fraudulent claims to government authorities and to evict guests (s) without further notice. In the latter case there will be no right to a refund for unused rent. It should be noted that therapy dogs not specifically trained as service animals are not considered service dogs pursuant to the ADA and will be treated as other pets in terms of fees charged. CLOSE BY ACTIVITIES AND SIGHTS Biking (road and mountain), Rock Climbing, Grand Canyon Railway, Archaeological Sites and Ruins, Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater, Meteor Crater, Petrified Forest and the largest contiguous pine forest in the world. Lowell Observatory, Route 66, Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum, Museum of Northern Arizona. Northern Arizona University. Sedona, Jerome, Grand Canyon, Hopi and Navajo Reservations, the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well. Jerome, Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly National Monument and Lake Powell. 4 miles to downtown Flagstaff 9.6 miles to Airport 4.1 miles to Amtrak train station 4.9 miles to NAU Recreation Center 38 miles to Williams 37 miles to Bearizona 29 miles to Grand Canyon Deer Farm 62 miles to Out of Africa 76miles to Jerome, Arizona 76 miles to the Grand Canyon Visitor Center 3.6 miles to Arizona Snow-bowl turn-off from US 180 29 miles to Oak Creek Canyon 47.7 miles to Sedona (via I-17 and Ariz. 179; 28.3 miles via Oak Creek Canyon) 142 miles to Lake Powell Guests have access to the house, the studio and the garage. There are two locked closets downstairs. One with cleaning supplies for the cleaning crew and the other with items we leave behind when we go back and forth. Other than that the house, the garage and the studio are completely available for the guests. We are available by phone or text ready to address any issue that comes up. We also have a handy-man on call to address any issue immediately that may arise. Our cabin in the forest is located half way between the entrance to the Snow Bowl and downtown Flagstaff. Most of the residents are full time residents and have lived here a long time. The lots are all at least 2.5 acres so there is plenty of space between the houses. The kids will enjoy the goats and chickens who are regularly out next door. Deer cross and often rest on the property. A 10 minute walk up Magdelana there is a neighborhood gate to a path into to US Forest. There is also a path on the east side of the property that heads up into the Coconino Forest. Many different trails to choose from right within walking distance of the house. A walk through the neighborhood is very relaxing. There are lots of trees, horses, and dog walkers and little traffic. During ski season Magdelana is closed except for local traffic because it is so close to the Snow Bowl. No driving across Flagstaff and waiting in line on US 180 to get to the slopes. Hop in your car and take Magdelana for a short drive on US 180 and you are at the parking lots at the base of the Snow Bowl. Or head to the Grand Canyon which is 75 miles away on the 180. There is a convenience market and gas station .05 miles from the house and a Bashas' is a 7 minute drive away. Flagstaff Station Market Cafe with great breakfasts and lunches is 2.2 miles away. Three miles to Ski and Snowboard at Arizona Snow Bowl. Within walking distance to hiking and mountain biking trails. Three miles to downtown Flagstaff. Need car or other transportation. NO SMOKING INSIDE OR OUTSIDE ON THE PROPERTY. NO FIREARMS ON PROPERTY. Illegal Drug Use or Other Criminal Offenses. Illegal drug use and other criminal offenses ARE PROHIBITED anywhere on the property. Noise. Guest shall not create excessive noise at a level that disturbs neighbors; Neighborhood quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. — 8:00 a.m. Fires. FIRES SHALL BE PROHIBITED OUTDOORS ANYWHERE ON THE PROPERTY OTHER THAN THE PROPANE COOKING GRILL LOCATED ON THE REAR DECK. The house is in a forrest and there is always a risk of setting the property on fire and of causing a forrest fire. PETS: Up to 2 dogs are allowed with the permission of the owner obtained prior to Booking. There is an additional cleaning fee of $100 for one dog or two dogs. SERVICE ANIMALS: It is our pleasure to accept your service animal at no additional charge. Please answer the following legally allowed by the ADA regarding your service animal. 1. Is the service animal required b because of a disability. 2. What work or task has the service animal been trained to perform. Under the ADA, service animals but be harnessed, leashed or tethered at all times, unless these devices interfere with the service animal's work or the individual's ability disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal or other effective controls. The animal must be under the control of the handler at all times, therefore never left alone at anytime. If we discover that a guest has misrepresented a pet as a service animal, we reserve the righty to seek financial restitution, report fraudulent claims to government authorities and to evict guests (s) without further notice. . In the latter case there will be mo right to a refund for unused rent. It should be noted that therapy dogs not specifically trained as service animals are not considered service dogs pursuant to the ADA and will be treated as other pets in terms of fees charged.

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