About this listing
This one bedroom apartment has a queen bed. There is a complete kitchen, bathroom, laundry, satellite TV, internet, and parking. It enjoys a large patio with a spectacular view of downtown Tucson and the mountains all around. Close to the UofA.
The space is cozy, in a great historic neighborhood on the edge of downtown, near the University of Arizona and I-10.
There are hiking trails all around that lead around "A Mountain", Tumamac Hill, and down Congress which is the main street downtown.
Guests will have access to washer/dryer, off street parking, large kitchen area, huge patio to barbque, outdoor fireplace to enjoy the evening city lights. Crib and couch available for little ones.
Interaction with Guests
Owner is available to share history of Tucson or orientation to the neighborhood as desired by guest.
The very oldest part of Tucson was the Presidio, or "lookout", (now called "A" Mountain) for the Apaches, the army, the missionaries, the explorers, the conquistadores, and all who came through the "Old Pueblo". Our place enjoys this perspective of the lookout in the heart of Tucson.
The trolley will stop nearby in a few months. We are in walking distance from downtown, with buses to all parts of Tucson. There is ample off street parking. There is close proximity to I-10, the U of A, and about 20 minutes from Tucson International Airport.
Other Things to Note
There is a 2 hour audio tour of the history of Tucson with 100 photos of historic homes and locations of the Arizona Territory and the early Tucson Pioneers.
No smoking indoors, common respect and courtesy.
Norm Steffenson has been a hospice chaplain for 15 years with a long time passion for Tucson history. His wife Mary was a long time grade school teacher in Tucson and the couple have lived in Tucson for 34 years.