Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday home in Moab - Moab Hideaway
House, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths (Sleeps 8)
This luxurious Moab Hideaway, just 15 miles southeast of Moab, offers complete privacy with stunning views of snow-capped mountains, red rock, and green pasture---red rocks views from the entry porch, green pasture off the front porch and 12,482' Mt. Tukuhnikivatz off the back porch. Perfect recreation location with Arches and Canyonlands National Parks a short drive away, and rafting, hiking, mountain biking and a host of other activities nearby. Superb views of the Moab Rim and nearby La Sal Mountains and their more-than-12,000-foot peaks abound on this amazing property. This log and stone residence is situated on 1.5 acres on a hillside overlooking the Pack Creek Ranch. Enveloped by native pinion, juniper and sage, flooding the 3,344 square foot interior with the aroma of the southwestern desert, you will enjoy a superior resort experience at this elegant and comfortable retreat.
The home has in-floor radiant heating as well as Mitsubishi air conditioning and heating, lovely flagstone floors, stereo-system with Sonos amp and built-in speakers in several rooms. The lower level includes a family room with fireplace, a wet bar, and a walkout to a patio, perfect for an evening of entertaining or unwinding after a day of activity. A separate game room with piano and ping-pong table is located on the lower level for hours of recreation.
The main-level master suite has a vaulted log ceiling, French doors, a walkout to the south-side patio, and a heavenly king bed. The second bedroom doubles as an office with a Pottery Barn Deluxe queen sofa bed. The lower-level bedroom with queen bed has access to the fresh desert air through the French door that opens to a patio.
Flagstone patios on the north, south and west gird the home, and a beautiful wood deck extends from the north side of the living room. A detached oversized garage houses bicycles, inflatable kayak and hiking gear, which is available for your use during your stay.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Robert Thompson
We built this home in 1992 and only the best craftsmen worked on our home in the Pack Creek Ranch enclave. We designed the home with patios or decks on three sides because the home is at the base of the La Sal mountains, nestled among the Pinyon-Junipers with superb views in every direction. We love coming here to hike, canoe, bicycle and just relax -- we hope you do too! Guy and Jeanine
Robert Thompson purchased this house in 1992