Union - The Prescott Carriage House

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  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bathroom
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The newly remodeled Carriage House on Union in Downtown Prescott. A short walking distance to the historic Whiskey Row.

The space
Downstairs apartment. One bedroom, one bathroom, just minutes from the Prescott Courthouse Square

Home has 3 units, 1 upstairs and 2 downstairs.

Step back into history with this charming vacation rental originally built in the late 1800’s to serve as the carriage house for the Gage/Murphy Mansion next door. This newly remodeled unit has over 900 square feet of generous living space and is ideally located on a quiet tree lined street just two blocks from the Prescott Courthouse Square. Enjoy all that Prescott has to offer right out your front door.

In less than five minutes, you can walk to the center of Prescott’s arts and entertainment district where you can enjoy the events at the Square, Whiskey Row, and a large selection of restaurants, art galleries and shopping. If you like antiques, spend some time along Cortez Street at the numerous antique shops. If you are a mountain bike enthusiast, the Whiskey Off-Road Fat Tire Criterium held the last weekend in April goes right by the front door!

The Prescott Carriage House has gone through many changes since the late 1800’s. By the early 1920's, the Prescott City Directories confirm that Prescott Carriage House had been converted into three separate residential units. Those Directories and Census records reveal a diverse group of Prescott Carriage House residents including a U. S. Marshall, a J. C. Penney salesman, a silver mine engineer and an attorney, among others. More recently, after extensive renovation and furnishing our first unit #302 Union Street, a part of the Prescott Carriage House has become available as a vacation rental. Our other vacation rental is Prescott Carriage House #113 Alarcon Street.

The Prescott Carriage House on Union, has a cozy bedroom (new queen bed) which is furnished for comfort with quality linens. There is a sitting room off the bedroom for early morning coffee or afternoon tea. There is also a good size bath with a shower. The living room is well appointed with comfortable furniture that gives it a cozy feel. You will also find a brand-new sleeper sofa for additional sleeping accommodations. (The house sleeps a maximum of 4). With its warm and homey feel, you will be encouraged to kick back, relax and make yourself at home.

Ready to take a break from sight-seeing? The house boasts a flat-screen Smart TV and HD cable. If you want to stream videos, listen to Pandora, play on-line games, or use your Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon accounts, our unlimited free Wi-Fi allows you to use the Internet just as you would at home.

If you enjoy cooking, you’ll love having everything you need to prepare great meals: the kitchen is large and comes fully equipped with microwave, gas range, full size refrigerator/freezer and dishwasher. We also provide quality pots and pans, sharp knives and numerous small appliances. The sunny and cheery eating area off the kitchen is a great place to start or end your day.

Because we want you to be comfortable year-round, the house has both a heating/cooling system.

Worried about running out of clean clothes? We provide your own laundry facility with a full-sized stacked washer/dryer. Also, for added security, we provide a hotel safe and your own front door access code for your private entrance.

The Prescott Carriage House on Union, is on a single level. The yard is private (not shared), well shaded and is completely fenced -- perfect for those who like to spend time outside.

You’ll love how convenient the location is to downtown, yet how nice it is to escape to a peaceful home once you’re ready to relax.

The Prescott Carriage House on Union has one parking in front of the unit as well as plenty of on-street parking.

Whether you’re renting for a weekend or for the season, you’ll want to find the best possible place. And you’ve found it: a fantastic location, a sweet home, and a private yard.

Our commitment to your accommodation is our priority. To really understand what the Prescott Carriage House is like, you'll have to experience it for yourself. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Please check out our other unit in the Prescott Carriage House on Alarcon if this property is booked.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
1 queen bed
Common space
1 single bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable/satellite
Washing machine
Dryer
Air conditioning
Hair dryer
Refrigerator

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Where you’ll be

Prescott, Arizona, United States

One of the best things about our home is the location. You can easily walk to Whiskey Row and check out the incredible homes in Mount Vernon. We are short walking distances from most of the Downtown amenities.

Hosted by Hank

  1. Joined in December 2019
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During your stay

I can be reached by email, text or phone call at any time. I will stay out of your way while you're here but if you need any recommendations I'm just a text away.
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 15:00
Check out: 11:00
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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