This wonderful home can be yours! The Adobe House is for sale by owner, $769.000.
The Adobe House Bed and Breakfast is one of a handful of original large adobe estates still standing in Yuma, Arizona. Each room has top quality linens, pillows, and towels. All rooms have a kitchenette or wet bar. Microwave, coffeemaker, small refrigerator, TV set that add to your comfort.
"Yuma's Finest Bed and Breakfast Inn"
Voted "Top Pick for Best Inns and Bed and Breakfasts" in the July 2011 issue of Arizona Highways!
The Adobe House is situated on approximately 2 ¼ acres in Yuma, Arizona. Beautifully landscaped with a variety of southwestern trees, flowering shrubs and cactus, along with palms and tropical plants that give it a unique appearance.
From the back patio you are offered views of the mountains and sand dunes. A waterfall feature adds to the magnificent backdrop of the mountains. Sunsets from here are Arizona classics.
The Adobe House is centrally located, 5 minutes from the hospital, 10 minutes from the Historic Downtown area, and 15 minutes from the Yuma Palms shopping mall.
While Staying at The Adobe House Bed and Breakfast
Our guests are served to a home-made breakfast each morning. For those early risers; coffee, tea, and bottled water are available in the individual rooms. We will try to accommodate any special dietary requests. FREE Wi-Fi for all guests! As the sun sets, The Adobe House Bed and Breakfast also offers a late afternoon wine and light appetizer from 4 to 5 p.m., for those checking in at 3 p.m.
The Adobe House Bed and Breakfast Inn is approximately 5,000 square feet that includes four rental bedrooms, a Gentlemen’s Room (yes ladies are welcome) and exercise room. A private outdoor courtyard is appointed with a beehive fireplace and kitchen area surrounding a large dark bottom pool. The lower grounds include a gazebo, outdoor kitchen and fireplace along with a Jacuzzi are also available for our guests relaxation.
The Adobe House has a panoramic view of the Chocolate Mountains, Picacho Peak in addition to Mexico and California sand dunes.