You will love it here! Designed for a family or group of friends
looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you will
find convenience and comfort in this home. This 1500-square foot home
is perfectly located to visit the Lavender Farm across the street or
to take a walk and visit the nearby shopping and events in downtown
Pine. When relaxing on the back deck, you can relax near the Ponderosa
Pines and enjoy watching the elk walk through the backyard in the
The home is spacious, equipped with wifi, a fireplace, views, a
barbecue grill, a circle driveway with plenty of parking, a lovely
porch swing, a fully functional kitchen, a private backyard, and
everything you need for a comfortable stay. Use this home as a base
camp to explore Gila County and all the many activities the area can
offer. If you need recommendations, let us know! We love to tell you
more about the fun places to visit, hike and eat nearby.
The master bedroom features a queen-sized bed and ensuite bathroom.
The second bedroom has a queen-size bed and easy access to the second
full bathroom. The third bedroom has two comfortable twin-sized beds
and access to the second bathroom across the hall.
The kitchen has everything you need to cook a meal, plenty of
utensils, plates, kitchen gadgets, and tools. Enjoy a meal at the
dining room table set for 6 or at the outside table on the deck set
for 4. The living room has a fireplace, a big screen tv, and plenty of
room to kick back and unwind. As a bonus, there is a telescope and
some fun yard games to enjoy! Do some star gazing, grill on the deck
outside, visit the Lavender Farm... you will love it here!
Pine, Arizona is a popular weekend getaway place for the
desert-dwellers that escape the summer heat from the Phoenix and
Scottsdale area. The town sits at an elevation of about 6,000 feet
which means meadows of springtime wildflowers, cool refreshing summer
temperatures, brilliant autumn colors, an abundance of wildlife, and
tranquility. Pine shares the pristine scenic beauty of the Mogollon
Rim Country with its sister towns of Payson and Strawberry, Arizona.
The Rim Country boasts the largest stand of Ponderosa Pine forests in
There is an aura of history here. The area of Pine was once home to
large numbers of Native Americans like the Tonto Apaches and the
Yavapai. An increased presence of soldiers in the area during the
1860s, unfortunately, forced the Tribes to migrate to other locations.
The area eventually was resettled by Mormon settlers beginning in
about 1875. The gold discovery became a magnet to new settlers that
embodied the pioneering spirit that is still evident in Pine's rustic
Enjoy the many activities in the area. Hiking, fishing, antiquing,
enjoying some amazing restaurants, and visiting the Tonto Natural
Bridge are all popular ways to enjoy the area.