3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 6
About Chris McAdoo
I'm originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, but have lived in Tucson for 21 years. I have lived in NYC, L.A., Phoenix and Tucson. I am a passionate travel photographer, enjoy yoga, hiking and skiing in the winter time. I've also had the chance to travel all over the world and love discussing favorite travel destinations with my guests.
Chris McAdoo purchased this Townhome in 2003
Why Chris McAdoo chose Campus Farm
This was my first home in Tucson. Tucson is not super easy to traverse by freeway, so what I liked about this home when I bought it, was it's easy, close access to everything you want to get to. The location is hard to beat. The home is walking distance to the famous Rillito River path, where you can walk, ride your bike or rollerblade.
What makes this Townhome unique
There are excellent restaurant choices for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and varying from casual to upscale, all within 5-10 minutes from my home.
Pool / Spa
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Prior approved needed before booking.
1. This is a quiet neighborhood, so out of respect for our neighbors, please no loud noise or parties after 10 pm.
2. Please properly clean all dishes and silverware before putting them away and treat them as though it was your own home.
If animals are permitted, please do not allow them on any of the furniture, including the beds.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Common areas , ie kitchen, dining , living areas very nice. As was outside patio. Bathrooms could use update, newer fixtures, grab bars, and bedrooms need new bedding and more lighting.
Quiet and comfortable
A pleasant place to stay. Quiet neighborhood allowed for a great night's sleep every night. The patio was terrific. Air fresheners in every room were a little overwhelming for the senses, though.
Note to owner: master bath sink stopper needs to be fixed so it can open and close properly. It was stuck closed when we arrived, so my husband spent 30 minutes trying to fix it only to discover the stopper plunger wasn't even connected to the mechanism under the sink. Also, you might consider adding another towel rack in front bathroom to accommodate the six guests you are otherwise set up for. (We were only four, but there wasn't enough towel space for the two people sharing the front bathroom.)
Perfect base for biking
The condo was perfect for our biking trip in Tucson: just a few blocks away from the beautiful Rillito River Park section of the Loop. The kitchen and bathrooms were well-stocked, and the condo stayed wonderfully cool (if a little dark) in the sunny, 80-degree weather.
This was a perfect location, great place and very helpful owners. We will plan to stay again next year!
Wonderful place Great family great communication
I loved every single moment spent in that house
Wonderful stay in great neighborhood
Impeccable, very spacious and comfortable house with all the amenities you wish for a short or long stay in beautiful Tucson. Will come back and stay in the same house! Thank you for welcoming us!
For cycling enthusiasts, you can ride right out of the door and be on the famous Rillito River path (https://www.traillink.com/trail/rillito-river-park-trail/) which allows you to ride for approximately 21 miles throughout the city without having to be on any main roads. It is also designated as a walking path if you are not into cycling. If you are a foodie, Tucson was recently named the only city in the US as a UNESCO World City of Gastronomony site (https://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/24/dining/tucson-food-unesco.html) . I have traveled all over the world, and I can say for a city of only 1 million people, the food scene here is pretty impressive. I am a major foodie, so if you would like recommendations on anything from contemporary Mexico City style cuisine, to Jordanian, Indian, Thai, Vietnamese, sushi, ramen or anything in between, I am happy to help. This city has it all. My home is about a 5 minute drive from the University of Arizona, and the "Campbell Corridor" of great restaurants is just around the corner from the house. There is a Farmer's Market about a half mile away at St. Phillips Plaza on the weekends. Great restaurants located in this development also.