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This Coyote Run house is one of just sixteen detached homes in the most exclusive high end development around Moab's golf course. There is no better place to return home than our peaceful, secluded refuge, where you can kick back and enjoy a soak in the privacy of your very own hot tub.
In real estate, location is everything, and ours is the perfect location. Sitting alone alongside the ninth fairway of one of the most beautiful golf courses in Utah, Coyote Run shares this East Bench neighborhood with a handful of homes and ranches that have been here for generations.
We are 4 miles south of town on the EAST side of the valley, away from the hubbub in town, and in an area that is markedly different from everything near the noisy, commercial, highway corridor on the WEST side of the valley. You can take the dog for a walk on our country lane, or walk through the gate on our back patio and skirt the edge of the golf course to walk up into the red rock wilderness above us. The more adventurous can scramble on into the rimrock and access 'Johnson's Up On Top' mesa. Access to Steel Bender Trail and Mill Creek Canyon are just up the road through the neighborhood on the other side of the golf course, so our little part of the valley is as close as you can get to the magic you come here for, and one of the only places you can simply walk into it a step at a time.
Our 'Seventh Heaven' is a spacious two bedroom, two and a half bath, detached ranch style home, with a loft area the size of a third bedroom. It is luxuriously furnished and well appointed with all the modern conveniences. There is a spacious two car garage, and a bit of a driveway, but no curbside parking in our quiet little cul de sac. (However, there is room to park larger vehicles and trailers along East Bench Rd next to us.) A large fenced patio wraps around one side and back of the house with picnic table, barbq grill and hot tub. The common areas are roomy, the dining table seats eight. We don't have a swimming pool, but the private hot tub on our back patio can be enjoyed in the peace and quiet of your own space, any time of year. This VERY nice hot tub has jets that will pummel you in ways you never imagined. We will turn the temperature down to pool temps in the summer, so you can enjoy it as a cold plunge. No swimming pool, but Moab recently completed an Aquatic Center in the middle of town, and there are watering holes in nearby Mill Creek.
The downstairs at Seventh Heaven has a queen bedroom with private bathroom (tub AND shower stall) with his and hers sinks, and a half bath (powder room) for everyone to use during the day. Upstairs has a large bedroom with a queen bed at one end and a convertible daybed (turns into two twins or one king) at the other, and another full bathroom (walk-in shower) with his and hers sinks. That bathroom has another door opening into the loft area, so if a third couple is using the sofa bed in the loft, you'll have to share that upstairs bathroom. Two couples are the ideal numbers, if your budget allows, but the house is roomy enough and laid out in a way that sleeps six with privacy for all. With kids in the mix, and using the daybed in the upstairs bedroom, there are beds enough to sleep a maximum of eight.
One more time... the layout. The downstairs Master bedroom has a King bed and the biggest bathroom, with a tub and a walk-in shower. The upstairs Queen bedroom is rather large and very long, and has a very nice Daybed in an alcove at the opposite end of the room away from the Queen bed. This daybed has a pop-up trundle bed tucked underneath it. The daybed converts into two single beds, OR they can go together to make one King bed, so that room can have both a Queen and a King, or a Queen and two single beds. The upstairs bathroom is large with two sinks, a walk-in shower, and doors at both ends,.. one opening into that upstairs bedroom, and the other opening down the hallway where it opens into the loft area. Then there is the loft area above the kitchen and dining room area with a balcony that overlooks the living room (with it’s vaulted ceiling). It is private and very like a third bedroom, located apart from the bedrooms on the other end of the house. It has a pull-out sofa bed with an extra a 2” memory foam pad for extra comfort). This house is quite accommodatingly large. There is a third bathroom as well,.. a downstairs bathroom/powder room with sink and toilet.
If you need more than one Coyote Run house for your family gathering, here's a link to our friends Beth and Mark's place. Their 3BR sleeps eight more easily. http://www.vrbo.com/67638
We understand that dogs are are members of the family, so you can bring up to two along with you. The rate is $15/night per dog (or $70/week). There is also a $200 pet deposit for each, though we won't run the amount on your card, it's just so you know (in case of chew damage, extra carpet cleaning and such).
The rate is $15/night per dog (or $75/week). There is also a $200 pet deposit for each, though we won't run the amount on your card, it's just so you know (in case of chew damage, extra carpet cleaning and such)....moreless
The downstairs has a king bedroom with private bathroom (bathtub AND walk-in shower stall), and a half bath (powder room) for everyone to use during the day. Upstairs is a large bedroom with a queen bed at one end and a full size futon at the other, and an another full bathroom (shower only) with his and hers sinks. That bathroom has another door opening into the loft area, so if a third couple is using the queen sofa bed in the loft, you'll have to share that upstairs bathroom....moreless
Two dogs allowed with pet fee and refundable pet deposit.
Pet fee is $15/night, $75/week per dog.
Some popular weekends have a three night weekend minimum stay.
Monthly Winter Rate avail.
$300 deposit to hold a reservation, applied to cost of stay.
Payment of the balance of half the total amount is due 30 days before arrival.
Balance of the full payment is due 7 days before arrival date.
Cancellation policy: 60+ days $150 fee, 30-60 days $300 fee, 7-30 days 50% of total
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Wilderness abounds, but Moab is happening too,.. with restaurants that run the gamut from cowboy diners to fine dining, coffee houses, breweries, museums, art galleries, crafts & collectibles, cross country skiing, community pool, community parks, skate park, best small town library in the USA, supermarkets and natural food stores (but no Walmart or other super stores within a hundred miles), and a roster of seasonal events (world class music festival, folk festival, jeep safari, art walks, antique car rally, rodeo, rock & gem show, foot races, bike races and more). There is horseback riding at Red Cliffs and Sorrel River Ranch on the Colorado River, and outfitters of every type,.. for rafting, hiking, climbing, backpacking, four wheeling, biking, golfing, skiing, ballooning or sky diving. Extreme sportsmen are drawn to the extreme environment and terrain, but this high desert canyon country beckons to all ages with it's many hidden treasures. Shamanic art and cultural antiquities are everywhere, leftover from ancient Puebloan cultures who were as many people as live in the area today. Literally billions of years of geologic strata yield rocks and minerals, petrified wood, dinosaur bones, marine fossils, and a wealth of geologic history and varied formations deposited and transformed during times of ancient seas, desert dunes, and mountain building. Challenges abound for every level of the explorer and adventurer in us.