Beautiful 2 BR Townhome located in Central Tempe
|Per night||$55 - $800|
|Per week||$550 - $5,600|
The exterior is stucco with a 2 car carport,complete with a picket fence dividing the carport from the saltillo tile patio with a lovely view of the pool.The neighborhood itself is very quiet and peaceful. There is a public park less than 2 blocks away and Shalimar Executive Golf course is also less than a mile from the home. Public transportation including the Orbit mini-bus which is available in the Tempe Area as well as the City Bus stop is less than a 1/2 a block away.
Dee Ann Liffrig
The property is also conveniently located less than a mile from the I 60, the 202 and 101 freeway system and less than a mile away from the Phoenix Metro light rail system park and ride. The average cost to ride to downtown Phoenix is $1.25.
|Jan 22 2015||Jan 21 2017||$125||$125||$700||$2,200||3 Nights|
|Jun 01 2016||Aug 31 2016||$65||$55||$550||-||3 Nights|
|Sep 01 2016||Sep 30 2016||$100||$75||$600||-||3 Nights|
|Oct 01 2016||Dec 31 2016||$125||$100||$800||-||3 Nights|
|Jan 01 2017||Jan 27 2017||$150||$125||$700||$2,500||3 Nights|
|Jan 28 2017||Feb 04 2017||$800||$800||$5,600||-||3 Nights|
|Feb 05 2017||Feb 28 2017||$150||$150||$850||$2,800||3 Nights|
|Mar 01 2017||Mar 31 2017||$175||$150||$1,100||-||3 Nights|
|Apr 01 2017||Apr 30 2017||$125||$125||$800||$2,500||3 Nights|
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|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 12 p.m.|
|Deposits: $100.00 Non-refundable cleaning deposit. 50% Deposit required at booking|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, PayPal|
|Other Fees: No fee for a 45 day cancellation notice $50.00 fee will be charged for cancellation notices from 44 to 30 days prior to arrival $100.00 fee will be charged from 29 days to 15 days prior to arrival No refunds for cancellation notices under 15 days|
Reviews for this vacation townhouse rental in Tempe, Arizona
Green Bay, WI
April 2, 2015
Pictures and verbal descriptions might have justified the price, but in reality, this property was overpriced for the condition it is in. The kitchen sink was not draining, so the dishwasher (which was not really installed, so it fell forward every time you pulled a shelf out to load or unload) couldn't run either. Also the TP holder was falling out of the wall in the bathroom. The owner did fix these two problems and refunded $ to compensate. However, when it warmed enough to want the air conditioning, that didn't work either. We finally forced the thermostat cover open and changed the batteries, so it worked the balance of the time. The kitchen was very minimally furnished and a couple of shelves in the refrigerator were broken, as was the fan grill on the microwave above the range. We ended up using a twist-tie to secure it so it wouldn't fall off again. The bathroom had no vanity, just a small medicine cabinet on a side wall and a small corner stand, so it was hard to feel "at home" for the month. The beds were comfortable, but the master bedroom faced a very noisy main street. The yard didn't look anything like the pictures, with tools and yard waste bucket sitting there like a work in progress. In general, we just felt the property was not worth what we paid and regretted not turning it down when the price increased significantly after we showed interest.