Montesoro: Beautiful, Romantic Casita with Stunning Views
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- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:Yes
Borrego Springs condo description
This is a romantic casita in the desert community of Montesoro. It is beautifully decorated and features a well-equipped kitchen, state-of-the-art television and audio with surround sound, and wifi internet. The property is well maintained and in impeccable condition. The casita has a lovely landscaped patio, ideal for enjoying the night sky in the nation’s second “Dark Sky Community.”
The Anza-Borrego State Park which surrounds Montesoro is the largest state park in the lower United States. Its 700,000 acres offer panoramic vistas, palm canyons, and rugged mountains ideal for outdoor exploration. Sunrises and sunsets here have been described as “Sky Opera.”
Keywords: A charming two story, two bedroom casita with high ceilings and wonderful light. Features include audio and television with surround sound, internet wi-fi, a well equipped kitchen, and a lovely patio with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Children Welcome
- Pets Not Allowed
- Non Smoking Only
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, Beds for 4
- King size beds (1), Twin or Single Beds (1), Baby Cribs (1)
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils
- Linens Provided
- Parking Off Street
- Covered Parking
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- CD Player
- Satellite / Cable
- Music Library
- Video Library
- DVD Player
- Wireless Internet
- Broadband Access
- Deck / Patio
- Outdoor Grill
Location & View
- Mountain View
- Mountain Biking
- Fitness Center
- Live Theater
- Wildlife Viewing
- Sight Seeing
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Beauty and Serenity
Beauty and Serenity
We have enjoyed staying in this Casita for several years. It has all the amenities you could want in a tranquil shades-of-white setting, filled with light and fresh air. Birds share the patio with its views of the entire valley and surrounding mountains. It has been ideal when another couple visits as well. The charming owner lives in Borrego Springs year round and knows and shares all the secrets of this enchanting place.
- Guest SpiderBride (Sonoma, CA)
- Date of stay 01/05/12
- Review Submitted 02/18/12
Recommended for: Sightseeing, girls getaway, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, age 55+, families with teenagers.
November-April: $150.-$175.a night/ $900 a week/ $2500 a month discount for longer May-October: $120.$140. a night / $750 a week / $2000 a month Security deposit (refundable): $100 Cleaning fee: $75 Check-in: 2 PM Check-out: 11AM Two night minimum. Three night minumum on holiday weekends
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Year Purchased: 1995
About: I am a volunteer naturalist for Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, and I enjoy exploring its endless wonders.
Why Borrego Springs:
Borrego Springs strikes a good balance between civilization and wilderness. It's a town with character, with friendly folks to match. Great weather eight months a year. Endless adventures to be had on foot and by four-wheel-drive.
The Unique Benefits at this Condo:
Birds and coyotes sing, but other than that peace and quiet abound. As you wish, there is handy golf, swimming, local park programs and theater, and a surprising range of good restaurants.
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Living room & dining area
A patio friend
Back entry & patio
living room & television
View from upstairs balcony of the Santa Rosa Mountains
The Santa Rosas at sunset
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