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In the heart of Phoenix, Arizona sits The Happy Roadrunner, a spectacular 4729-square-foot Pueblo Revival style vacation rental. The Happy Roadrunner property is located at the foot of the Phoenix Mountains Preserve, a 7,071-acre expanse where visitors can hike, bike, and enjoy views from prominent summits such as Piestewa Peak and Camelback Mountain.


The star of the Happy Roadrunner’s sleeping accommodations is a Queen Over Queen Adult Bunk Bed, turning the converted office space into a spacious bunk room. When faced with the design conundrum of making a comfortable guest bedroom out of a smaller space, the Porter team found a solution with Adult Bunk Beds. “We chose this bunk bed to fit into the tight space after retrofitting a custom window surrounding a desk that overlooks the beautiful backyard,” says Porter representative Juli Voloch. “The trim finishes of the bunk bed match the custom desk perfectly as if they were all designed and built together.” It’s a nod to the incredible design versatility of these larger-than-life bunk beds.


With spacious accommodations and outdoor activities aplenty, The Happy Roadrunner property is great for a family vacation. The home boasts amenities such as a heated pool, hot tub, ten person spa, outdoor pool table, four-hole putting green, and the focal point: a state-of-the-art game room, complete with a Mario Kart driving machine, Skeeball, “Golden Tee” arcade, bar style dart machine, shuffleboard, ping pong table, and a light-up Corvette couch.

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With the addition of space-saving sleeping solutions such as the Queen Over Queen Bunk Bed, The Happy Roadrunner includes six bedrooms but sleeps 16 individuals. This additional capacity is beneficial for both the property owner and visitors, maximizing profits for the owner and maximizing utility by expanding the pool of potential renters. All these sleeping options allow larger groups to stay together and split costs amongst more individuals.


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