Casa de Jacobus ** Welcome to Tucson

A charming historic vacation rental …

April 4, 2011 · 3 Comments

Casa de Jacobus is a fully restored 1920’s home in central Tucson.  It’s 1050 sq. ft. and the architecture is California bungalow style.  It’s on a quiet street located just two blocks to the University of Arizona campus, three blocks to hip 4th Avenue shopping and walking distance to downtown Tucson.  The neighborhood is called West University Historic District.  There are several great coffeehouses, local restaurants and a gourmet market/deli right in the immediate area.  

  • one bedroom, queen bed, quality linens, large closet
  • one bathroom with bath/shower combo,  Burt’s Bees amenities
  • original refurbished wood floors, parquet floors and high ceilings
  • private fenced-in shaded backyard with table and chairs
  • large living room with sofa and comfy chairs
  • entertainment includes wi-fi, small flat-screen TV w/cable, DVD player, radio/CD player
  • fully equipped kitchen includes dishwasher, disposal, gas stove, new frig
  • kitchen supplies include gourmet coffee, teas and sparkling water
  • central heating and new cool air conditioning
  • tastefully furnished including art work by local artists
  • washer/dryer available to tenants, landline also available with unlimited local calls
  • off street parking for multiple vehicles and driveway can also accomodate an RV
  • small library of Tucson books, brochures and maps

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3 responses so far ↓

  • Dottie Stamper // September 11, 2011 at 11:41 am

    What a lovely drawing of your what surely must be a charming, well located home away from home.
    Looking forward to visiting soon…

  • Alastair Gill // April 25, 2012 at 10:16 am

    We so enjoyed our stay at Casa de Jacobus during February and March. A calm, peaceful and relaxing house in which the rooms have been thoughtfully arranged resulting in a sense of spaciousness. The kitchen and bathroom are well equipped and thoughtfully provided for. We enjoyed cooking and eating our meals in the sunshine on the decking. A private rear garden. The house is well located which allowed us to walk to local shops and cafes as well as walk to downtown areas. Infact we could well have managed without a car, though we did use it for visiting friends and areas such as Sabino Canyon.

    I was able to continue my website work that I had brought with me – – and Louise was delighted to find voluntary work in a local school running children’s workshops in clay – – Casa de Jacobus is a delightful place to stay.

    Alastair Gill and Louise Block

  • admin // June 25, 2012 at 2:58 pm

    Thanks Alastair. I enjoyed meeting you and Louise and glad you enjoyed your extended stay at “Casa de Jacobus”.

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