The perfect sunny getaway.

Only minutes from downtown Tucson and the Spanish Mission of San Xavier del Bac built in 1692 lies this gem of a wilderness property in the Great Sonoran Desert. Occupying a site overlooking the Saguaro National Park, this Pueblo revival home is made from stabilized Adobe with walls that are more than two feet thick to keep out the desert heat and cold. Originally built as a small winter cottage for a family from Connecticut, this home is in the only place on earth where Saguaro cacti can be experienced in abundance. Bordering the Tucson Mountain Park, the estate sits on 10 acres of pure privacy with immediate access to the park's walking trails. While frequently visited by wolves and deer, as well as Javelina, Moutainside Place is only minutes from the Starr Pass Golf Club and Resort. As members of the club, guests who stay at Casa de Saguaro can have full access to the golf course as well as the resorts spa and pools including a lazy river.

 

Reviews

Incredible Desert Gem

“The authentic adobe courtyard home truly was an oasis of peaceful serenity, and we enjoyed every moment. Loved the hot tub under the stars and mountain biking and hiking trails. We will be back,.”

— L.S.

Magical Place among the Cacti

“The beds were cozy. The view was amazing. The property was very private but not secluded. The only unfortunate thing was our stay was too short.

— A.M.

Great Stay in a Beautiful Setting

“A lovely, well-appointed base for our exploration of both Tucson and the surrounding mountains and region! Would definitely recommend to other travelers..”

— C.S..

 

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