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A little house deep in the desert. A wonderful design house in the middle of nowhere, 20 miles off the Death Valley National Park boundaries, with 80 acres of land and unobstructed views to the desert and the mountains. The minimum stay is TWO (2) days.
The site is an isolated piece of land in the Nevada High Desert near Scotty’s Junction and is far from any infrastructure or for that matter any neighbor. This vacation home in the middle of an isolated stretch of high desert, designed by Peter Strzebniok (nottoscale, San Francisco) incorporates the vistas by visually expanding into the surrounding landscape, providing stunning views, while also making the desert part of the interiors – merging the inside with the outside. The house itself measures 1,200 sf, has 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, an office, a storage and utility room as well as a large open kitchen, dining room, living room area that can extend onto the deck when the large sliding doors are opened. A large 900 sf deck with a sunken-in hot tub connects the two building modules while creating a transition zone between the inside and outside that through the use of large full height glass sliding doors can be completely opened so that the outside and inside of the building seamlessly merge if one desires so. The building sits on a large concrete plinth elevating the building above the desert floor so that it appears to float above the ground while lifting it out of the flash-flood water level. Passive cooling concepts such as cross and stack ventilation, shading, building orientation were used throughout the project. The house is oriented in such a way as to take advantage of prevailing winds that, through cross and stack ventilation, maintain a comfortable temperature in the house, avoiding the need for an highly energy intensive air conditioning system. The windows facing south are shaded by the large trellis on the deck while all the bedroom windows are facing north in order to prevent heat-gain. The large crawlspace under the house double functions as storage space as well as a climate buffer as it is filled with gravel that helps to maintain a low average temperature below the house throughout the year. *** “In the High Nevada Desert, Sleeping in Star-Surround” By JOYCE WADLER The New York Times, Aug. 3, 2011 NEIGHBORS are few out here in the high desert of Nevada, where Fabrizio Rondolino, an Italian journalist, built his dream home. There was a fellow one lot over who, after reportedly hearing instructions from above, built a chapel. But possibly the voice subsequently hollered down, “Just kidding!” for while the chapel remains, the owner’s trailer is gone. There is also the Shady Lady Ranch, a bordello (legal in these parts) about seven miles down the road. Being an outgoing and friendly sort, Mr. Rondolino took his wife and two daughters, both under 21 at the time, to say hello, soon after they bought their land a few years ago. “I was locking the car, and my wife and two girls ring the bell,” Mr. Rondolino remembers. “And the guy opened the door, and they saw two girls and a lady.” The man seemed to think they were looking for a job, and he told them several times that no under-age girls were allowed in the house. Then Mr. Rondolino arrived and informed him they were the new neighbors. The man wasn’t very friendly, Mr. Rondolino recalls. He said, “Good luck,” and that was that. But bordellos and mystics are not the first thing an Easterner wants to know about after arriving on this stretch of land 150 miles north of Las Vegas, not far from Death Valley, on a scorching summer day. The first thing one wants to know is whether there are rattlesnakes. The answer, from Peter Strzebniok, the architect who built this house and is also visiting on this day: no, it is too hot. Rattlesnakes prefer the shade. The next question — the big one — is for the owner: Why would he build a house in the middle of the scorching nowhere? It is not an unexpected question. Mr. Rondolino, who arrived earlier the same day from his home in Rome, with his wife, Simona Ercolani; their daughters, Francesca, 23, and Bianca, 17; and his parents, Gianni and Lina Rondolino, cheerfully interrupts, as it is one he has heard countless times. “Why, why, why, why, why?” he asks, his face full of happiness, like a man who has been reunited with a true love after a long time apart. “It all started with ‘Zabriskie Point,’ ” he says, referring to the Antonioni film about 1960s counterculture. “Simona’s father worked on that movie — he was chief electrician back in 1969. ‘Zabriskie Point’ was kind of a mythical occasion for him. It is set in Death Valley; part of it was shot at Zabriskie Point.” “Anyway, we came here for the first time 17, 18 years ago, and we fell deeply in love with Death Valley, so we keep coming,” continues Mr. Rondolino, who is 51 and speaks English fluently. “And then we decided, why not build?” “My father has the Alzheimer’s for 13 years,” says Ms. Ercolani, who is 47 and speaks English less fluently than her husband. “When he died, the last words he remembered was ‘Zabriskie Point.’ Not me, not my daughters, not my mother. Only ‘Zabriskie Point.’ ” She adds: “When my father died, we take the airplane here to honor my father and just walk, and he” — meaning Mr. Rondolino — “says, ‘It’s a beautiful place, we can build something.’ And joking, I say, ‘Sure.’ ” Speaking of her husband, we have just noticed he has a small blue “S” tattooed on his hand in the tender tissue between thumb and forefinger. What’s that about? “We had a small troubled period,” Ms. Ercolani says. “So after we build the house, I marked my husband.” Does the desert attract those with interesting stories? Or is it just that in the desert one has time to listen to them? Nye County, where Mr. Rondolino and Ms. Ercolani built their house, is so wide open that driving along Highway 95 from Las Vegas one can easily find oneself doing 90 miles an hour. In Beatty, some 30 miles away, there are a number of intriguing characters: a cowboy re-enactor at the Sourdough Saloon who will tell you about his favorite hat and the days he really did cowboy (that’s a verb in these parts); the auto engineers and drivers testing prototype vehicles in Death Valley, which are often covered in plastic camouflage to hide their design from snooping photographers; the owners of the Shady Lady Ranch, who brought in a man for their female customers, after successfully challenging the Nevada law forbidding male prostitution (the man, who gave an interview to The New York Post in which he compared himself to Rosa Parks and Mahatma Gandhi, is no longer there). Then there is the story of Mr. Rondolino and Ms. Ercolani, aficionados of the American desert. On this summer afternoon, they are playing Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan, and welcoming guests, as the temperature in their house, which has no air-conditioning, tops out at 94 degrees. Mr. Rondolino, whose father is a cinema professor, is a novelist and press agent as well as a journalist, and was once a spokesman for the former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D’Alema. Ms. Ercolani is a television producer. The couple, who have both been married before, have visited many deserts over the years: the Simpson in Australia, the Gobi in Mongolia, the Atacama in South America. But about 10 years ago, when they were going through a rough patch romantically, the desert played a major role in their lives. Mr. Rondolino had had an affair and moved out of the house, and there were, he says, a lot of tears on both sides. During this “crisis” in their marriage, they spent a few weeks in Death Valley. “We had a kind of emotional breakdown in a place ironically called Last Chance Mountain,” Mr. Rondolino says. “But luckily, this was not our last chance. We came back to Italy, and after a couple of months we were together again. And we decided to celebrate with a week at Furnace Creek Ranch.” In 2005, the couple bought 40 acres here, for $70,000. A year later, when they brought their daughters to see the land, Ms. Ercolani buried her wedding ring under some rocks on the property. Why? Ms. Ercolani explains in Italian, and one of her daughters translates: “She buried her wedding ring under the rocks because we are locked in this place, because they lost themselves here and found themselves here. It’s a symbol of their love. When she buried the ring, she buried the sad part.” Mr. Rondolino came across the work of Peter Strzebniok (pronounced Cheb-nee-ah), a young German architect living in San Francisco, whose firm, nottoscale, had created an affordable prefabricated house. Architect and client never met or even spoke on the phone during the planning, construction and furnishing of the desert home — all the planning was done by e-mail. (They met for the first time on the day the architect and his wife, Deborah Wong, traveled out to the house with this reporter.) Mr. Rondolino and Ms. Ercolani visited the site only once during construction, when the interiors were not yet finished. Now, sitting in one of the bedrooms, the couple acknowledge that this is unusual, but they say they had no fears. The architect was European, and they had a shared sensibility. The notion of a totally prefabricated home was considered but rejected — it would have been too expensive to transport. Instead, sections of the house were manufactured five hours away, in Reno, and brought to the site. The original estimate of $250,000 for the approximately 1,200-square-foot, three-bedroom, two-bathroom house, with an office and a spring-fed hot tub on the deck, proved to be too low. The final cost was $290,000. (Much of the reason had to do with problems with a series of contractors, one of whom spent time digging for gold instead of working.) Color is used sparingly here, as accents: green bathroom tiles that recall the surrounding sagebrush, touches of red from the bar stools to suggest the heat of the desert. Mr. Strzebniok furnished the house down to the salt shakers, relying heavily on Ikea in the bedrooms and on CB2 (the table) and Design Within Reach (the chairs) in the dining room. When he was quoted $6,000 for furniture delivery, he rented a U-Haul and made two trips himself, picking the furniture up in San Francisco. And before Mr. Rondolino and Ms. Ercolani visited the finished house for the first time last Christmas, Mr. Strzebniok stocked it with food, as well as with bottles of Campari and Pernod. “He is the perfect husband, the opposite of me,” Mr. Rondolino teases. “I’m not a practical man, but I appreciate practical men.” To the reporter from the East, there is one thing that seems to be missing. The tub set into the deck is deliciously cooling, but why didn’t they build a full-size pool? “You can’t have a pool in the middle of the desert,” Mr. Rondolino says. But Palm Springs is full of pools. “Palm Springs is for Hollywood stars,” he says. “There is air-conditioning also in the main street. I don’t like this kind of too-nice, civilized desert. To me, there is not enough desert.” They spent a week in the house over Christmas. Was it everything they hoped? “When you stay here in the night, you can see the stars move,” Ms. Ercolani says, referring to the experience of sleeping in a bedroom with a floor-to-ceiling glass corner and a skylight. Her husband adds: “I had the sensation of being on a spaceship. This winter, we had a really strong wind one night — the house was almost shaking. And there were millions, billions of stars from everywhere, you were completely surrounded by the stars down to the horizon, which in the cities or countryside you are not. Normally you see the stars above you, not around you. Yes, it was like a spaceship.”
Basically, this house is for desert lovers. If you are reading this listing, you already know what I mean ;)
  • Esto fue increíble y las estrellas estaban fuera de este mundo literalmente. Millas y millas lejos de cualquier cosa y de nadie. Puro aislamiento y privado. Sólo la forma en que se anuncia.

    Jared2019-04-26T00:00:00Z
  • El apartamento es maravilloso, una experiencia verdaderamente memorable para toda la familia. Nos lo pasamos muy bien y sin duda lo recomendaremos a otros.

    Imran2019-04-17T00:00:00Z
  • Si estás viendo esta casa, ya entiendes lo increíble que será. Es incluso mejor de lo esperado con vistas increíbles y una privacidad increíble. El interior es sencillo y hermoso. La proximidad a Death Valley y lugares históricos es la mejor. No lo dude ... solo reserve, tome buena comida y sus bebidas favoritas y prepárese para asombrarse.

    Holly2019-04-12T00:00:00Z
  • Maravillosa privacidad Los nietos lo pasaron de maravilla explorando el área del desierto y recolectando 'rocas especiales ". La generación de más edad disfrutó de las increíbles vistas diurnas y del fantástico espectáculo de luces estelares en la noche. Está decorada con buen gusto y tiene todo lo necesario. Un verdadero espacio zen. Volveremos a visitar. Russ, contacto local, fue de gran ayuda con la información.

    Richard2019-04-04T00:00:00Z
  • Ubicación extraordinaria y casa. Una experiencia como ninguna otra.

    Deepak2019-03-27T00:00:00Z
  • Super lugar

    Betsy2019-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • Creo que el listado habla por sí mismo. Si estás impresionado por las fotos, entonces reservalo. No te arrepentirás. Y no planee demasiadas actividades, la casa es la experiencia en sí misma. Solo trae comida deliciosa y buen vino y abraza la serenidad.

    Leo2019-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Increíble. Lo más cerca que puedas de visitar otro mundo.

    Gareth2019-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    3

    Beatty, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    Run down miners apartment. Looks like it's about to fall down on the outside. Looks a little nicer on the inside.
    This is 1 unit of a 3 unit mobile home, set up as studio apartments. It was built for the miners who needed cheep housing during the '60s and '70s. The other two units are storage and a workshop.
    Ghost hunters once described Goldfield NV as the fifth most haunted town in America. Our ranking may have slipped, but we are still have our ghosts.
  • ¡Este es EL lugar para quedarse para experimentar Goldfield completamente, gracias, Richard!

    Wick2019-05-22T00:00:00Z
  • ¡Es el Ritz-Carlton de Goldfield!

    Bob2019-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Apartamento


    Capacidad

    2


    Dormitorios

    1

    Goldfield, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    The Crib is the perfect choice for your stay in Goldfield! It's a unique unit, full of charm, with an original Goldfield antique bed and a sink from the haunted Goldfield Hotel! *Room tax will be collected at check in* Please note: We do have Wifi but our service is spotty.
    The Crib has an original Goldfield antique bed with a handmade quilt. This unit was moved here from the "Red Light" district. It has been modified to be as comfortable as possible while keeping the old-time feel. You'll also find a microwave and mini-fridge in the bedroom for your convenience. The bathroom for this unit was moved here from Fallon, NV and was an old gas station office. Thus, it is detached from the Crib and accessible via a boardwalk between the two buildings (see images). The bathroom is private just to you, and has an old miner feel to it with an original sink from the haunted Goldfield Hotel!
    Goldfield is a place where history and adventure truly collide to make a perfect weekend getaway! One can't describe Goldfield... Its history is extensive, its beauty unique. You must to see if for yourself. While you're here, take a tour of the town—or if you're brave, of the Haunted High School or Old Hotel!
  • Una cabaña realmente linda y acogedora, ¡la hospitalidad de nuestro anfitrión Jeri fue excepcional!

    Lara2019-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • Quizás uno de los mejores Airbnb que he hecho. No esperaba que fuera tan bueno en absoluto. El lugar ya es único. La pequeña ciudad de Goldfield es una visita obligada. La cena y su jefe: excepcional. Fuimos muy bien recibidos. En cuanto al alquiler, había todo lo que necesitábamos. Decorado con gusto. Me hubiera gustado quedarme más tiempo.

    Nicolas2019-10-22T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutamente hermosas habitaciones, y Goldfield es una maravilla. ¡Vale la pena pasar la noche aquí en lugar de Tonopah o Beatty! Muchas gracias a los anfitriones por ayudarnos cuando llegamos.

    Cailli2019-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Éramos dos en tránsito por una noche en el acto. El alojamiento es súper genial y totalmente equipado. Estaba limpio y local. Nos sentimos cómodos y me alojaría en Jeri nuevamente en cualquier momento.

    Steffen2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Habitación privada


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa de invitados


    Capacidad

    2


    Dormitorios

    0

    Goldfield, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    This adorable studio gives you that "step back in time" feel. With an original Goldfield antique bed, small kitchenette, and a bathroom with a reclaimed barn door, this unit promises a charming and comfortable stay. *Room tax will be collected at check in* Please note: We do have Wifi but our service is spotty.
    The room is a mixture of reclaimed items and new items, to make your stay as comfortable as possible. The queen bed is an original Goldfield antique bed with a handmade quilt. On the opposite side of the room is a small table and a small kitchenette with a sink, microwave and mini-fridge. You'll find a reclaimed barn door in the bathroom, which includes a shower and sink.
    Goldfield is a place where history and adventure truly collide to make a perfect weekend getaway! One can't describe Goldfield... Its history is extensive, its beauty unique. You must to see if for yourself. While you're here, take a tour of the town—or if you're brave, of the Haunted High School or Old Hotel!
  • Lugar atípico y muy acogedor. Estaba muy sorprendido! Toda la decoración occidental, pude regresar en el tiempo por una noche, gracias de nuevo. Desafortunadamente, no tuvimos tiempo de hacer la guía turística de Jeri, ¡pero seguramente otra vez! PD: ve a comer a la cena Dinky !!!

    Benjamin2019-10-22T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Cabaña


    Capacidad

    2


    Dormitorios

    1

    Goldfield, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    This adorable studio gives you that "step back in time" feel. With an original Goldfield antique bed, small kitchenette, and a bathroom with a reclaimed barn door, this unit promises a charming and comfortable stay. *Room tax will be collected at check in* Please note: We do have Wifi but our service is spotty.
    The room is a mixture of reclaimed items and new items, to make your stay as comfortable as possible. The queen bed is an original Goldfield antique bed with a handmade quilt. On the opposite side of the room is a small table and a small kitchenette with a sink, microwave and mini-fridge. You'll find a reclaimed barn door in the bathroom, which includes a shower and sink.
    Goldfield is a place where history and adventure truly collide to make a perfect weekend getaway! One can't describe Goldfield... Its history is extensive, its beauty unique. You must to see if for yourself. While you're here, take a tour of the town—or if you're brave, of the Haunted High School or Old Hotel!
  • Jeri es un anfitrión increíble. Llegué más de una hora más tarde de lo que pensaba, y ya era tarde en la noche. Jeri me saludó y me acomodó, asegurándome de que tenía todo lo necesario. La habitación es mucho más impresionante de lo que muestran las fotos. Todos los pequeños detalles, Jeri es un gran artista. La cama está fuera de este mundo. Piense que el barroco victoriano se encuentra con el suroeste. Un lugar para un rey y una reina. Una verdadera joya de lugar, en medio de la nada en el desierto. Como mujer, viajando sola, fue maravilloso que Jeri me saludara.

    Kassia Anita2019-10-19T00:00:00Z
  • Las habitaciones son cómodas, limpias, modernas y modernas con toques rústicos. Asegúrese de visitar la oficina / tienda / museo cuando se registre. Goldfield está lleno de cosas para explorar y fotografiar. Lo pasamos de maravilla y espero volver!

    Jason2019-10-10T00:00:00Z
  • Qué increíble parada tuvimos en Goldfield. Mi hermano y yo todavía estamos un poco asombrados de lo genial que es ese lugar. Se lo recomendaría a todos, seguro. Si pasa por Goldfield camino a Las Vegas o no, definitivamente debe detenerse allí. 5/5!

    Daniel2019-10-02T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutamente hermoso alojamiento y Goldfield es una maravilla. Recomiendo totalmente alojarse en Goldfield con preferencia a Tonopah o Beatty, y quedarse con Jeri. ¡¡Gracias!!

    Cailli2019-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Realmente disfrutamos nuestro tiempo en Goldfield. La cabaña era adorable, la cama era cómoda y, aunque tuvimos una breve visita, pudimos caminar por la ciudad y ver todos los lugares que nunca hubiéramos visto si no nos hubiéramos detenido. Una sorpresa agradable.

    Mary2019-09-09T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa de invitados


    Capacidad

    2


    Dormitorios

    0

    Goldfield, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    CLEAN - COMFORTABLE American Quality Suites welcomes travelers from all over the world and meets the needs of every guest. Relax, unwind, and explore the historical gold and silver Tonopah Mining Park, Star Gazing - recently rated the #1 destination in the country by USA Today, Unique Sunset Experiences, The Historic 1907 Mizpah Hotel with legendary ghost "The Lady in Red", Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project and Access to over 50,000 acres of Trails.
    We are located just off highway 95 on the North side of Tonopah. We offer three rooms for the price of one.
  • Los lugares coinciden con la descripción de AirBnB: ¡cómodo, limpio y silencioso!

    Jonah2019-07-06T00:00:00Z
  • Mis amigos y yo tuvimos una gran estancia! No tuvimos ningún problema al registrarnos tarde y salir temprano, y Bruce fue excelente en la comunicación y muy servicial. Gran lugar para pasar una noche!

    Daniel2019-06-13T00:00:00Z
  • Por el mismo precio que una habitación de hotel, obtienes 3 dormitorios y una cocina pequeña. La ubicación era tranquila, dormimos muy bien después de un largo día de trabajo. Nada especial, sin embargo, con una buena relación calidad-precio y un personal muy amable y servicial. Nos alojaremos de nuevo.

    Cherie2019-05-31T00:00:00Z
  • Me alojé de nuevo y disfruté de la estancia de nuevo. Estas casas tienen todas las comodidades al mejor precio en Tonopah. Estas casas tienen cocinas, dormitorios, sala de estar, baño y las cocinas tienen todo lo necesario para cocinar con platos y utensilios. Gracias de nuevo Bruce y esperamos volver pronto!

    John2019-04-28T00:00:00Z
  • El lugar era exactamente lo que necesitábamos. El espacio era cómodo y tenía todas las comodidades necesarias. Y el valor es increíble. Nos dejó más dinero para disfrutar de la zona con nosotros. Gracias Bruce

    Manny2019-04-08T00:00:00Z
  • Lo di en el camino del cruce de Estados Unidos desde Japón. Era muy bonito y todos los platos estaban listos.

    Sugita2019-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • Lugar limpio con mucho espacio por el precio en comparación con los hoteles / moteles. También tengo un auto rebajado y manejar en el lote de tierra no fue un problema

    Caleb2019-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Estos están en la ubicación perfecta en Tonopah. El mejor precio que encontrará para lugares que son como un hogar en lugar de una habitación de hotel. Estas son casas prefabricadas, sin embargo, están en excelentes condiciones, con dormitorios completos, cocina, baño e incluso una sala de estar / estudio. Siempre vamos al lugar de Bruce, ya que la comunicación es excepcional, así como el alojamiento. ¡Muy recomendable!

    John2019-02-06T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Habitación privada


    Tipo de propiedad

    Adosado


    Capacidad

    6


    Dormitorios

    3

    Tonopah, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    The Victorian Room is a charming and cozy old fashioned private room and bathroom reminiscent of the good ol' days gone past.
  • Muy buen lugar en el desierto. Paul es muy acogedor, buena cena y desayuno!

    Andrea2018-04-26T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Habitación privada


    Tipo de propiedad

    Suite con entrada independiente


    Capacidad

    2


    Dormitorios

    1

    Beatty, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    Are there ghosts in Goldfield? We don't know, but you can investigate for yourself. Meanwhile enjoy the peace and quiet, the clean air, the wildlife and the stargazing. It's a clean, quiet, comfortable 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house that can accommodate 5 people. It's on the way to everything: Yosemite, Death Valley, Mammoth, Las Vegas or Lake Tahoe! The sights of historic Goldfield are a bonus!
    Clean, quiet, modern, comfortable house in historic Goldfield, Nevada. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, laundry room, deck and yard. Maximum of 5 people. A baby under 1 year can be a 6th. Pets are allowed, though you must bring all pet supplies and do any pet-related cleanup. It's on the way to everything: just 2 hours from Death Valley; 3 hours from Yosemite; 2 hours from Mammoth Lakes; 3 hours from Las Vegas; 4 hours from Lake Tahoe. The elevation is 5,600 feet so it's cooler here. The sights of historic Goldfield are a bonus! Private deck in back with view of the historic gold mining district of Goldfield, Nevada. Grill with picnic table and chairs on deck. Full kitchen with refrigerator/freezer, stove, oven, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, dishwasher, clothes washer and dryer. Central air conditioning and heating. Pet friendly. The yard is fenced and your dog may stay in the yard during the day - though there is wildlife at night and you should keep your pet indoors after dark. The house has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and sleeps 5. A high chair is available a no extra charge. The maximum number of people is 5. A baby under 1 year can be a 6th, but there is no crib. Stargazing in Goldfield is excellent on a clear night with no moon. Bring your telescope (and warm jacket, as nights can be chilly, even in the summer). Goldfield is at an elevation of 5,600 feet and is typically 10 to 15 degrees cooler than Las Vegas. You can take tours of the historic district or the mining areas, shop for antiques or unique collectibles, hike, go off-roading or even pan for gold! Goldfield is a remote location, seemingly in the middle of nowhere, but easy to get to - U.S. Highway 95, the main road between Las Vegas and Reno, goes right through Goldfield. It is the halfway point between Las Vegas and the east entrance of Yosemite (Tioga Pass).
    The town is known for its peace and quiet. Get away from hustle and bustle of the cities to relax and enjoy the tranquil silence. Stargazing at night is at the world-class level, with 7,000 stars visible on a clear night. This house is located just 3 blocks from the historic downtown core of Goldfield, Nevada, site of America's last gold rush and the world's greatest gold camp. The world-famous Goldfield Hotel, believed to be the residence of over 100 ghosts, is an easy 5-block walk from the house. You're welcome to live it up at the hotel, as long as you are dead. Since the end of World War II, only ghosts are allowed into the hotel. Also nearby is the haunted Goldfield High School, the historic and beautiful court house building, a 105-year-old saloon, and many other historic sites and buildings. Pick up a free walking tour booklet from the Goldfield Historical Society. A basic guide to Goldfield is in the house for you, and a DVD about the history of the area is here for you to watch.
    Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    5


    Dormitorios

    3

    Goldfield, Nevada, Estados Unidos

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    Dormitorios

    3

    Tonopah, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    Beautiful 4 bedroom home located in the peaceful Tonopah area. Gateway to the best star gazing in America. Home to the world famous turquoise, gold and silver mines. Hunters are welcomed, unit 16-17 hunts are just a 45 min drive. proximity's to hunt areas such as Jefferson summit in unit 16, and Ledbetter Canyon in unit 17. Enjoy the home and experience the small town charm of Tonopah NV.
    Large home with 2 decks, one front and one back. The rear deck is large enough to enjoy a game of Cornhole. Separate living rooms to enjoy peace and quiet. Large rooms encourage comfort and rest. Sit on the deck and enjoy the sunrise or sunset. You can even enjoy a warm evening sitting next to a fire pit with 12'ft bench.
    Enjoy a great dinner at the famous Mizpah hotel, or get a chill down your spine and visit the World famous Clown Motel.
  • Una casa maravillosa, para aprovechar un par de días y disfrutar, la vista de las estrellas maravillosa igualmente. El pueblo vale mucho la pena, ir a ver el hotel de los payasos y el hostal encantado Mizpah.

    Alejandro2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Hermosa casa grande con todo lo que necesita, mucho espacio para relajarse y disfrutar del paisaje. Barrio muy tranquilo y mucho estacionamiento. Los anfitriones fueron súper rápidos en la comunicación. Nos lo pasamos muy bien y no dudaría en volver aquí de nuevo!

    Warren2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • ¡Isaac y su casa eran increíbles! Había tres de nosotros que nos quedamos en la casa, y fue perfecto para lo que necesitábamos. Nos alojamos por 12 noches. Era muy espaciosa y limpia. ¡Isaac fue muy amable y respondió rápidamente cualquier mensaje! ¡Sin duda nos alojaremos aquí de nuevo!

    Chad2020-01-31T00:00:00Z
  • Gran lugar en un pueblo pequeño. La ubicación es tranquila y la casa es muy cómoda y limpia. En general excelente experiencia.

    Jonathan2020-01-10T00:00:00Z
  • Tipo de habitación

    Casa/apto. entero


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa


    Capacidad

    8


    Dormitorios

    4

    Tonopah, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    Willow Tree Cabin offers a complete private cabin experience- queen sized log frame bed, private freestanding wooden bath, private kitchenette, private entrance and front porch, and a full sized private bathroom. The Cabin has immediate access to our seasonal pool and front door gorgeous vista of the Butte Mesa ridge line.
    Tipo de habitación

    Habitación privada


    Tipo de propiedad

    Casa de invitados


    Capacidad

    2


    Dormitorios

    1

    Beatty, Nevada, Estados Unidos

    This private room we like to call the "Asian Room." It features a beautiful ornamental solid wood Queen sized bed, distinct Chinese theme worked throughout the entire space, private full bathroom, antique shoji blind, and ambiance decor fireplace.
    Tipo de habitación

    Habitación privada


    Tipo de propiedad

    Suite con entrada independiente


    Capacidad

    2


    Dormitorios

    1

    North, Mile Marker 92,, Nevada, Estados Unidos

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