Unique, stylish, and perfect location for your next trip to Flagstaff!
Welcome to the Tiny House - the perfect amount of space for your next
getaway to the cool pines in Northern Arizona. One bedroom, a kitchen,
full bathroom, dedicated dining or workspace, and living area. Outside
you can grill, roast marshmallows over the fire pit, and enjoy stars
in the first International Dark Sky City.
This home is in a neighborhood, but very close to many trails that
will put you exploring the Coconino National Forest in no time. Enter
on the main floor with an open concept living, dining and kitchen
area. The kitchen is stocked with everything you need to make your
favorite meal. Find your way up the steps to the loft bedroom with a
queen bed and windows that look out over the pines.
Step outside to find the Tiny House deck, complete with patio chairs,
a fire pit, and a grill to expand your living outdoors at any time of
the year. This is the perfect spot to enjoy a book, to roast some
marshmallows or gaze up at the stars.
The home is located 11 miles from Downtown Flagstaff, 25 miles from
Snowbowl, 30 miles from Sedona, 60 miles from the Grand Canyon South
Entrance, and 20 miles from Oak Creek Canyon. This is the ideal
location to use as a home base as you explore the many sites in
Located in the high country mountains of northern Arizona, Flagstaff's
four seasons are enviable by many. Summer temperatures average in the
low 80s with sapphire blue skies and crisp mountain air, while the
bounty continues into Fall with a panoramic canvas of quaking aspen
and foliage offering hues of reds and purples. Winter adventures await
in Arizona's officially designated Winter Wonderland with an average
of 108" of snowfall in downtown, while Spring offers breathtaking
beauty of blooms in the world's largest contiguous emerald green
ponderosa pine forest.
Flagstaff, AZ is more than just the closest city to the Grand Canyon
National Park or home of Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff is a
vibrant, little city with a thriving local and mountain culture that
invites outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world (and from other
parts of Arizona, of course) to come to take advantage of its vibrant
alpine setting, cool weather, and even cooler lifestyle. Located at
7,000 feet elevation, Flagstaff is a full, four-season vacation
destination; training grounds for many athletic and US Olympic teams;
a mecca for celestial observations; and last but certainly not least,
it is home to 70,000 people who prioritize family, community, work and
play balance in their daily lives.
You will find Downtown Flagstaff to be one of the best downtown scenes
in Arizona. Downtown Flagstaff is big enough to offer a variation in
vibe, food, drinks, but small enough that visitors, locals, and
college students intermingle at nearly all times of the day. From
coffee shops and music venues to the locally sourced food offered by
many restaurants, you'll find that Flagstaff and its residents are
progressive, intentional, and special.
Did we mention that Flagstaff is an incredibly friendly city? If it's
warm enough, it's off to a downtown patio to have a local craft brew,
listen to music or grab some food. Somewhere in there is work and
life-ing, but you'll find that most Flagstaffians do what they can to
make sure outside and community is part of their regular schedule. For
a small city, Flagstaff has a lot to offer and does a great job of
providing fun times for all.
Play hard, relax harder. In the high country, discover new adventures
with the mountains as your playground. Nestled in the heart of the
Coconino National Forest, minutes from Snowbowl and downtown Flagstaff
and just over an hour away from Grand Canyon National Park, explore to
your heart's desire during the day and share your stories at night in
the cozy comfort of Basecamp. Ski spectacular lines in the winter,
discover incredible views on the scenic gondola in summer, hike to
breathtaking locations including Arizona's highest peak, and enjoy
countless miles of mountain biking on the Arizona Trail and within the
San Francisco Peaks.
This home sleeps 2. Try out Tiny Home living!
The Tiny House is next to the owner's home - the owner does not
actively manage the property, so any questions before, after, and
during your stay will be answered by the 24/7 property management
service. There is a dedicated parking space for the Tiny House and a
private entrance and its own dedicated outdoor space. You will love it