Fun Fresh, chic, new unit here at Dakota in N Scottsdale. Master bedroom features a king bed, 2nd Bedroom has a queen bed. Both have full bathrooms with Tub/Shower combos. The unit is also equipped with multiple LED screen TVs. The unit has an assigned covered parking space as well as plenty of uncovered guest parking. Rentals over 21 days or more in April - Oct guests are required to pay a $500 utility deposit. Come enjoy what most visitors to Scottsdale only hope to. Stay in the Dakota Community, offered by Padzu.
Located in the heart of North Scottsdale, Dakota at McDowell Mountain Ranch offers luxury living close to an array of extraordinary shops, restaurants and entertainment. Play a round of golf at any of the challenging public golf courses or take a leisurely stroll on miles of lighted biking/walking paths connecting to the McDowell Mountain Preserve Trails. And with the Pima/Loop 101 Freeway just moments away, the entire Valley is within an easy commute. The community features 3 swimming pools, hot tubs, BBQ's, and onsite GYM. All of our units proudlFy feature Lucid Memory Foam mattresses (new in 2018). Padzu is Scottsdale's premier short term rental management company and we proudly manage 5 units here in the Dakota community. We offer both 1 and 2 bed rentals for your convenience.
Pets required registration before arrival and there is $150 pet rent fee for each pet.
A security deposit of $500 or more will be collected for summer stays with a length of 21 days or more during the months of April - October. Depending on the website you use to book your stay, you may need to provide a credit card directly to our office for the deposit if it applies. During the months of April - October our tenants are responsible for any electric use overage that exceeds $100 per month. This is done to encourage the tenant to help conserve energy when the house is not being occupied and to allow for our monthly rental rates for summer stays to be lower. If there is an overage on the usage it will be taken from the deposit. If usage exceeds the deposit amount the tenant is responsible for the cost of the overage.