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Our home is located in West Sedona, close to shopping, restaurants and spas. It is centrally located, but still very near to hiking and biking and outdoor activities. If you want to visit the shopping meccas, Uptown Sedona and Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village are just down the road. You can walk to the Buddhist Stupa and Peace Park which is serene and beautiful. The movie theatre is right down the street. Most important is the pristine view of Thunder Mountain from inside our home or on the patio or balcony. It is one of the best views in the city.

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ABOUT PROPERTY

Family Friendly 4 Bedroom, 3 bath home Custom Home

Come and stay with us. We are opening up our home and we want to share our peace and tranquility with you. This large 4 bedroom, 3 bath home is gorgeous with a stunning view of Thunder Mountain, Coffee Pot Rock, and Chimney Rock. The home is complete with all you need for a memorable stay in the our beautiful city. This home is close to everything. Located in the heart of West Sedona, you will have amenities within walking distance including two grocery stores, restaurants, and a spa. You can walk to the Buddhist Stupa, and hiking trails. Uptown Sedona and Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village are both only 3 miles away. These areas are very popular destinations for shopping, restaurants, and art galleries. You can catch the Sedona Tolley or a Jeep Tour from the Uptown area.

Our home has many amenities that will make your stay more enjoyable. High speed wireless internet is provided to our guests free of charge.

Reviews

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Sandi and Paul were a pleasure to work with when booking our trip to their wonderful home in Sedona. They left plenty of information for us about the area as well. Very friendly! The house was just as wonderful. Great location to central Sedona and amazing view of the mountains. I wouldn't hesitate to book again!

Wayne P.

Your home is beautiful, warm, and inviting and OH the views! Everything we needed for our stay was available in the house and having the binder full of information about local attractions and hikes was fantastic! We will definitely be in touch again when we return to magical Sedona! Thank you for making our stay so special! Ann, Emily, Jen, Amy, Susan, Meggen, and Dean

Anne C.

We loved the Sedona area and how well the home accommodated a large extended family. The house was very well appointed, it was very clean and offered space to spread out.

William M.

This house is absolutely amazing - it's serene, comfortable and incredibly welcoming. The view from both decks is stunning - both in the morning light and afternoon/evening. During the night the neighborhood is dark, so the view of the night sky is also something not to pass up. The house is very comfortable, spacious and clean. The large kitchen area opens into the upper deck and is perfect for entertaining. The bedrooms are really comfortable and several of them also have a great view. The downstairs area also has a den/media room, with access to the deck/backyard. Location is also really great. It's off the main roads but close to everything so you literally get the best of both worlds. Thank you for making our trip to Sedona so special!

Maria

Sandi's home is gorgeous and the view of the red rocks is stunning. The home itself features high ceilings and lovely little touches that make the home feel so welcoming and luxurious. I couldn't recommend Sandi's place enough. Sandi was also incredibly responsive and so helpful with plenty of wonderful suggestions for eating and playing in Sedona.

Jennifer Y.

Sandi and Paul were incredibly helpful with any requests, questions, and recommendations. Their home was well equipped for our group, and provided a central location in Sedona that was easily accessible. They truly cared about our positive experience with them. They were gracious hosts and I would recommend their place to my friends.

Codie D.

We stayed at this home for four nights - my two sisters and I and my 90-year-old mother. It was a great layout for Mom as the kitchen and family room were on the first floor, along with the master suite and another full bed and bath. The great room has floor to ceiling windows that look out upon the towering red rocks behind. The large kitchen was a great place to whip up many of our meals. You are within walking distance to a number of trails to the South (the Chimney Rock trail was our favorite.) Loved the location and the property, and the owners were so gracious to help us out with any questions that we had.

Robin K.

You never know what you may get when you skip the hotel and rent someones house. Will it be clean? Will it live up to the pictures? Is it truly a relaxing place? The answer to these questions and any other that we may have had, is an absolute YES! This property had a view to die for, was very clean, had space for everyone in our party. Was located in an area that was near EVERYTHING! Not only would I tell others to stay here, I would rent this property over and over again. Looking forward to getting back soon!

James R.

There are very few homes in Sedona that have a view like this! I encourage you to look at this home's location on a map; it's uncanny. This home easily has the best view of Thunder Mountain in all of Sedona, EASILY!It's a panoramic view; the Red Rock range wraps around you with everything from Chimney Rock (where I got engaged) to "The Grandmothers," Coffee Pot Rock, Sugar Loaf, the view of this home is nothing short of spectacular!The proximity is incredible! Walking distance to the Sedona Film Festival, The Buddhist Stupa, Dhal and Delucca Restaurant, Pisa Lisa, REDS-to many to list! Hiking trails everywhere, including Chimney Trail, Devils Bridge, and Teacup. I'm not kidding when I say; this property has it all.The house itself is two levels, maximizing the Crimson Vista. A great kitchen, perfect for entertaining. Newly remodeled bathrooms, spacious light filled entry and family room. The den, in the lower level, was one of my favorite places. The TV is the grand, at least 65", perfect for curling up in a blanket and watching a movie-with popcorn of course!You will notice that many of the neighbors also keep their exterior lights off at night, this is because Sedona is a "Dark Sky Community." On the weekend that we stayed, there was a new moon. Therefore it was pretty dark, which allowed us to see the Milky Way with our bare eyes. It took me back to a time of lying in the grass, staring out at the night sky in wonder!Bravo! This was an experience that we will never forget! Thank you for allowing us to stay in your home, it was that incredible.

Gary W.

Places to Visit Near West Sedona

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Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village

Tlaquepaque came alive with traditional fiestas and festivals from times gone by and contemporary Mexico. Cinco de Mayo and Fiesta del Tlaquepaque draw huge crowds every year. Tlaquepaque is transformed with colorful decorations, lights.

Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park

Sedona is a must-visit place for spiritual seekers the world over, and since 2004, visitors of all faiths have been flocking to Sedona’s Amitabha Stupa. Sitting majestically among the pinion and juniper pines, and surrounded by a landscape of stunning crimson spires, it is a jewel to behold.

V-Bar-V Ranch Petroglyphs

V-Bar-V Heritage Site is one of the best-preserved and largest petroglyph sites in the Verde Valley. There are over 1,000 petroglyphs found here in the Beaver Creek Rock Art Style, which dates to between A.D. 1150 and 1400.There is an on site visitor center and bookstore.

Chapel of the Holy Cross

The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a unique structure which sits on a red sandstone ridge at the base of a cliff. It was built in 1956 by Marguerite Brunswig Staude, a pupil of Frank Lloyd Wright. The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a breathtaking landmark in Sedona, with a 90 foot cross.