This seldom-used cabin has two bedrooms and two full baths as well as a loft. One bedroom and full bath are on the main floor (live on one level) while the second bedroom, full bath and the loft are on the second floor. The great room boasts floor to ceiling windows which open to Aspen Trees as well as Ponderosa Pines and Spruce Trees. Four walls in this room are made of floor-to-ceiling windows. All the woodwork in this cabin is light oak. The cabin features spectacular beamed ceilings throughout. There is an enormous wrap-around deck giving an even closer views of the beautiful Aspen Trees. The community park for Potato Patch is a very short walk and can be seen from this cabin. The grassy park is set among Aspen Trees and has a Ramada and setup for picnics, horseshoes and volleyball. Potato Patch has an Association and a private water company.
The stream that runs through Potato Patch is the head of the Hassayampa River which flows through the Prescott National Forest on its way down trough Wickenberg, Arizona. Potato Patch got it’s name in the gold rush days around the time of the Civil War. It was rumored there were nuggets as big as potatoes there. The cabin is at an elevation of 6,850 feet.