Villa Danae   Scottsdale, Arizona
5
Bedrooms
3.0
Bathrooms
10
Sleeps
 
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Description

Villa Danae is a residence located in the beautiful mountainside of Camelback Mountain. It is just a 22-minute drive from Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. It’s also an 8-minute drive from tennis courts and exercise facilities at Camelback Village and The Phoenician Golf Club, and a 12-minute drive from golf, dining, galleries and more in Scottsdale

The neutral interiors are modern and comfortable, but let the rugged red rocks and spiky green palms of the landscape take center stage. In the great room, which has city views through floor-to-ceiling windows, white leather seating and a chrome-and-glass coffee table are sleek without being cold, and the adjacent dining area features a cozy plush rug. It’s a pleasure to both cook and eats in the fully equipped kitchen, which has Viking appliances and a breakfast bar.

The outdoor is surrounded by a deck that looks over the city and the mountains. Soak in the sun in the lounge area or have a nap in the shade, relax in the beautiful pool and hot tub, rinse off in the outdoor shower and prep lunch or dinner on the propane barbecue before sitting down to the al-fresco dining area. In the evenings, bring out a bottle from the wine cellar to enjoy by the fireplace, truly a once in a lifetime vacation.


Features

  • Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Fireplace
  • Laundry
  • Wine Cellar
  • Exterior
  • BBQ
  • Garage
  • Loungers
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Patio
  • Pool Outdoor
  • Pool Outdoor Heated
    • Location
    • Mountain View

Scottsdale

Scottsdale is a desert city in Arizona east of state capital Phoenix. It's known for its spa resorts and golf courses, including TPC Scottsdale. Farther north trails wind through McDowell Sonoran Preserve, a desert scape of hills, rock formations, and cacti. Nearby is Taliesin West, architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s former home and studio. Downtown's Old Town Scottsdale has 1920s buildings and 19th-century olive trees.