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Recent Scottsdale reviews

  • Perfect.......

    "We spent a month in this wonderful home and it could not have worked out better. The home is very well appointed and in great shape. The pictures do not do it justice. Three generously sized bedrooms, each with a full bath. Two kings and two twins overall. The patio is expansive, with a fireplace, dining table, a large seating area with both a space heater and umbrella to deal with temperature changes, and additional chases for more serious lounging. The master, living room, and office all have direct access to the patio. The heated splash pool can be used as a spa. The patio provides westward views of beautiful sunsets nightly. A surprising extra bonus was access to the terrific Desert Mountain trail system, which is very well organized, is virtually devoid of other hikers, offers multiple challenging trails, and rewards the hiker with phenomenal vistas northward into the Tonto National Forest. We loved the home and will likely return. Thanks to the Copes for their hospitality!!!"
    Guest: Mick Venturini Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 5, 2016
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  • Very Comfortable Home Away From Home

    "We stayed here for three weeks and it was perfect for us. The kitchen had everything we needed for home cooked meals. The master bedroom was very large and the bed was wonderful, king size and perfect firmness and definitely the highest bed I’ve ever slept in. The living and dining areas were nice and open with lots of natural daylight. And Cynthia and Rob were great, easy to deal with and quick to respond to questions. And I can’t say enough about how great the location was. When you walk outside, there is 18 miles of “greenbelt” walking trail which we took advantage of and walked with our dog (in addition to a dog park across the street) and also rode our bikes along it. It felt like everything was 5-15 minutes from here. Two blocks away was a Safeway, 5 minutes away was yoga, LA Fitness and a post office. We could bike to downtown Scottsdale, there’s a nice canal there that you can also hike/bike along. Easy access to so many beautiful hikes – pinnacle peak, papago park, camelback mtn, brown’s ranch, piestawa peak, and many more! And of course, so many wonderful restaurants. It was a great three weeks, thank you Cynthia and Rob!"
    Guest: Jackie K. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: February 1, 2016
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  • Awesome Troon North Townhouse!

    "Susanne's Scottsdale townhouse was just what the doctor ordered for our family vacation in June of 2016. The townhouse, at 2700 sqft, provided plenty of open space - beats a tiny hotel room! The home was beautifully decorated in a southwest modern scheme, and the comfortable furniture had us happily cheering on our hometown Sharks and Warriors during the playoffs. Sure it's hot in Scottsdale in the summer, but we hiked (AM) every day anyway at nearby Pinnacle Peak (5 min) and not-too-far away McDowell Sonoran Preserve (15 min). Pinnacle Peak provides great views and is a more crowded, tourist-oriented trail - staffed visitors center, manicured trails, mile-markers, etc. but provides a great workout if you hike the full out-and-back. The McDowell preserve, once past the visitor’s center, gives one a better sense that you are hiking out in the desert. Fewer hikers and a rougher terrain make for a great hike. The 4.7 mile loop provides great vistas and did me in - given the hot weather. Bring plenty of water! We ultimately did not play any golf due to the high 100+ heat - other than a visit to "Top-Golf". The weather, by the way, was quite comfortable in the evening while we were there, due to the low humidity. Susanne's living room fronted the Troon North golf course. Golf courses in the desert tend to support lots of wildlife - we regularly saw rabbits, quail, roadrunners, lizards (including the larger chuckwalla), and chipmunks. No bobcat sightings tough! My wife and I are looking to retire to Scottsdale in a few years, and "try out" different locations every year or two. The Troon North location on the surface appears to be far out there away from the edges of civilization. In fact the nearest Supermarket/shopping center is about 5 miles away, although getting there won't take more than 10 minutes as you are travelling at highway speeds. A smaller shopping center only a mile away has a Walgreens and a few restaurants. It's about a 10-mile trip to get to a shopping area with department stores (Target, Kohls) and such - Frank Lloyd Wright and 101. If you like to have a place where you can walk or bike to a local coffee or bagel shop, this isn't it, but for a 1-week vacation, Susanne's location and comfortable townhouse can't be beat! We will definitely consider staying here again in the future, and potentially moving to this community in retirement!"
    Guest: SPN BB Coach Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 18, 2016
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