Living The Dream: A Sedona Home for the Weekend

Living The Dream: A Sedona Home for the Weekend

Abby Stone
Jul 1, 2010

An architectural gem, filled with fabulous furniture, in an amazing location. Sounds like something out of the Dwell House Tours or a pipe dream for your next life, right? Wrong. It's a home available rent for a vacation in Sedona, California through AirBnB.

Some info on this home, according to the AirBnB site:

A stunning Frederick Fisher & Partners 500 square foot glass, wood and block house built in 2001 on 24 acres in west Sonoma County. This house is about living simply and minimally in a favored location.

The spectacular and private oasis affords soaring ridgetop-to-ocean views with an immediate raw and natural connection to the land thru meadow and woodland trails designed by Roger Raiche (director UC Berkeley Botanical Gardens) and Dave McCrory of Planet Horticulture. You will experience remarkable, untouched and pristine nature that includes two meandering seasonal creeks and a dramatic double waterfall. The lower property is cradled by Fay Creek and a sandy beach that is easily accessed from the lower hiking trail.

Although not every AirBnB accommodation is as luxurious as this one, whatever your destination, whether Sedona or Spain, there's probably someone with a futon, a room, or even a whole home willing to rent it out to you. Although some of the places can be quite pricey (like the entire castle in England for $2000 a night), there's plenty to be had for a lot less than it would cost you to stay in a hotel.

MORE INFO ON THIS PROPERTY: California Architect Glass House on AirBnB.

Images: AirBnB

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