Sonoran Desert views, mts & sunsets
Sonoran Desert views, mts & sunsets

Beautiful, new Santa Fe ranch in Ajo AZ, large rooms, views of natural surroundings featuring all the plants, mts & sunsets. Patios in sun or shade. 5 acres. Private. 2 minutes to supermarket and restaurants. Fully furnished. 3 ni min stay.

GSA and contract stays available under separate pricing.


Santa Fe ranch in beautiful, scenic Ajo, AZ, perfect for someone working in the area or long-stay visitors. Relaxing, quiet yet two minutes to restaurants, stores and supermarket. Floor to ceiling windows capture Sonoran plants, mountains and sun. Three night, minimum stay.


Guests of one week (7 nights) or longer will have limited access to kitchen, washer, dryer. If guests need one bedroom, access to one bathroom is provided. If guests need two bedrooms, access to a second bathroom is provided.


Guests may request the interaction they desire with owners, by email, cell or in person.
Prior to confirming the reservations, guests must give the ages and a brief physical description of the guests who will be staying. Photo ID at check-in is also required.


Beautiful, immaculate home with all the anticipated amenities. Quiet, safe, private yet convenient to everything. Beautiful views of surrounding mountains, desert, most every cacti in the desert. Small watering hole on property attracts varieties of birds, rabbits, occasional small deer family.

A security camera is inside in the kitchen; as well as outside in the yard.

Upon receiving a confirmed reservation, all guests are required to give owners a copy of their government photo ID.


押金 $150
满1周立减: 20%


This is a smoke, pet and allergy free home. If more than two guests are staying, please ask owners' permission ahead, and register each guest. Two guests per room.





Great place with a wonderful host!!! We stayed here almost 2 months and plan on returning because of how nice of a place this was!

The host canceled this reservation 4 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

What a great place! My friend and I are hikers and thoroughly enjoyed our stay at JIm and Linda's home in Ajo. We used the home as a base for hikes into Organ Pipe National Monument, Cabeza Prieta and the North Maricopa Wilderness. The home is attractive, very comfortable and well appointed. It is far enough out of town to feature a brilliant night sky and abundant coyote music, yet close enough to be able to walk to an IGA. Jim was extremely helpful and made us feel completely at home. He possesses a warehouse of knowledge about Ajo and the surrounding area and we were fortunate to be able to spend some time with him on our last night at the home. I have stayed in maybe 15 Airbnb's over the years and I would rank this Ajo location as my favorite. Honestly, I wish it were my home! I would not hesitate to recommend Ajo and this home to others. I hope to return one day with my wife and adult daughters.

This is a scenic and private getaway with all the conveniences. Like desert solitude (?); this is your place.

We had a great time. The house is beautiful, and is in a beautiful location with easy access to hiking. I would happily return. Thank you!!!

Since the very beginning interacting with Jim and Linda, communication was cryptic, cold and terse. They wanted to know well in advance our time of arrival, and they for whatever reason texted and called way too many times in the week and days before our stay. The repeated contact felt invasive and bizarre. Then, on the day of our arrival, after multiple texts and calls, they sent someone else to show us in. That was fine, but what was strange was the hosts' insistence on making two unannounced drop-by visits the following day. Jim made veiled threats of "coming back" if my co-worker, Lyntoria, wasn't listed earlier. (She was.) Also, weirdly, during the booking process, Jim and Linda had asked our ages. Overall, both of us felt profiled based on the hosts' perceptions of our races and ages. Jim also mentioned that he'd been watching what cars were coming and leaving the driveway. (Um, we have friends who visit. We trade cars to borrow a truck in order to get out to the mountains. Since when do we have to clear that with the owners of our rental??) Jim's second visit was followed by another announced visit by a man in the early morning who seemed to be watering a table in the backyard. We felt extremely watched — not just by the owners themselves and their hired worker but by the SURVEILLANCE CAMERA located in the kitchen that the hosts and their listing failed to mention in their photos of the house. AirBnb policy states that hosts need to disclose all surveillance equipment before guest arrive, with pictures of them, and whether they are turned on or off. Jim and Linda failed to abide by any of these terms. An additional annoyance was the private signs that covered cabinets in the kitchen and bathrooms. This made it feel like we were always impeding and unwanted in the place we paid to stay. Had I realized that we would be under surveillance and constantly treated like subhumans, I would not have stayed, even though this house is one of three in the town that met our needs. The only positive moment interacting with the hosts: I got my wires crossed, messed up and needed to book an additional night on the day that we were scheduled to move out. Linda was extremely rude and accusing on the phone, but to her credit she did not charge a late fee.

Linda and Jim were great hosts. They made us feel right at home. They weren't bothersome but were always there when we had questions or needed help. They had good advice on local restaurants and hiking. The house is beautiful. It has a wonderful outdoor patio and garden - great for breakfast and dinner, a large living room with a multi-channel large tv and a fully stocked kitchen. It's worth looking at the pictures. Ajo is a hidden treasure. The house is a mile away from the beautiful little town with a great town plaza and churches. Nearby are a couple of great museums but best of all, hiking in one of the most remote and intriguing wildlife refugees in the country - Cabeza Prieta. It is also less than an hour from the unique Orgon Pipe Cactus National Monument as well as an hour and half from the Gulf of California with swimming and fishing and great seafood.

Ajo, 亚利桑那州, 美国注册时间:二月 2014

Jim Sharp is a registered land surveyor, a profession he has followed and still likes after decades in this field. He flies RC airplanes (radio controlled) that he builds and flies with a couple dozen other men, at the Ajo Airport (tiny, almost vacated) and that's his favorite hobby. He travels occasionally, likes projects around the house (carpentry, plants, gardening); and has 4 small grandchildren -- a favorite new time in life.

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