|Minimum Stay||30 nights|
60372 E. Ankole Drive is a Dolce model.
There are 2 bedrooms and 2 and a half bathrooms, a large great room and a separate study.
We bought the house, which was newly built, in November 2014.
It took a month to convert it into a cozy home. Everything in it is freshly purchased.
Out the back door, it feels like an English village clustered around a village green. A discreet circle of houses surrounds a swath of common land (with bushes, trees and a rocky streambed).
Enjoy it as you sit on luxurious furniture under the shaded patio. Smell your steaks as they sizzle on the natural gas BBQ.
The TV signal is cable.
There is a DVR recorder, so you can watch what you want, when you want.
Wi-Fi is through the cable company (Orbitel).
The minimal rental period is one month (we will consider shorter stays in the summer).
The price varies depending on the month and the length of stay.
The price includes all utilities and services. The only extra is a $150 cleaning fee.
I’m sorry; because the house is new we cannot have pets.
John and Sheila Bray (both originally from England) moved to the Ranch in April of 2014 after working for 40 years in Los Angeles.
You can tell that we like this place: we immediately bought a second home!
We live on-site (in fact on the same street) so we are available if you have problems.
John and Sheila Bray purchased this bungalow in 2014
Have you read ‘The Little House on the Prairie?’ Did it make you feel good? Here you can have that feeling, for real.
We are in high desert 30 miles north of Tucson.
Our valley is broad and green. To the east, the south and the west are mountains.
Dramatic sunrises and sunsets are the norm.
Onsite is a nature trail (several miles long), which tracks into the desert.
You may see cows, deer, coyote, javalenas, coatimundi, jackrabbits and cottontails (as well as desert birds and hawks).
The trail is wide so that rattlesnakes, fun to see, are easily avoided.
In the evening look out for Mr. and Mrs. Great Horned Owl, who live in the green arroyo that the trail passes through.
Who knew that all cacti bloom? Some have spectacular flowers.
This is a place of peace. The evenings are dark and quiet: enjoy the silky air, the Milky Way and the comforting sounds of distant coyotes.
We’re all new here so it’s the custom to wave, to stop, to talk.
Nearby are two State Parks: Oracle and Catalina, both beautiful. Each has spectacular walks ranging from gentle to challenging.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Jan 2 2016 - Apr 30 2017
30 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
30 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$500|
Pay owners through personal check.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.