Under the shade of three crepe myrtle trees, Unit 2 shares a porch with views of the square, and comes with a full bathroom, kitchen, ample storage, and natural light from an interior atrium.
Number 3 is Adam and Clark's personal home when they are in Marfa. This unit has two bedrooms, a fully-appointed kitchen and bathroom, washer/dryer, and brick fireplace. Vintage and modern collide here.
Number 4 was the first unit finished, and served as Adam and Clark's first on-site home during the rehab. Enjoy lots of creative details, such as a lofted hang-out space with pillows and plugs, and a unique "wet-room" bathroom with floor-to-ceiling tile. It has a full bedroom and pull-out couch in the living room.
Unit 5 provides a large, bright living space with a separate kitchen. Hang out on a front porch centered on the courtyard and pétanque court. Staying here, you really feel at command of the whole property.
Unit 6 gives you central access to both courtyards, featuring original built-ins, a mix of hardwood and concrete floors, and a shiplap ceiling. Contemplate an eclectic variety of art throughout.
Lucky number 7 comes with a separate bedroom, high ceilings, beautiful concrete floors, and lots of light. Enjoy the privacy of this spacious detached casita featuring stunning artwork by local artist LeAna Clifton.
Originally built in the 1950s, this is the only vintage Bomb Shelter available on AirBnB, equipped with everything you need to survive fallout. The Bomb Shelter is so comfortable, you might never want to return to the surface.
Redesigned in 2006 by a local architect, Unit 10 is the only papercrete structure in Marfa. Equipped with a full kitchen, steel countertops, wood accents, and a large private porch, it is one of the most architecturally distinctive units on the property.
Tucked away under a tree in the rear courtyard, number 11 is a quiet and private crash pad. With sophisticated furnishings, lots of greenery, and a sweet record collection, you'll quickly call this your home away from home.