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This stunning home was featured in Home and Garden Magazine.
The home was also used in the filming of Spin, a film by Jamie Redford, Robert's son.
It was also showcased in the Sundance Catalog.
Long before the 1853 Gadsden Purchase placed southern Arizona under U.S. jurisdiction, the city of Tucson was a Spanish colonial outpost. When Mexico achieved independence in 1821, Tucson became part of the new country.
Those transnational links survive in downtown's Barrio Historico, whose 150
adobe row houses make up our country's largest collection of traditional Sonoran architecture.
The 20-block neighborhood is entered on the national Historic Register.
This Amazing Historic home is a rare Spanish Colonial home built in 1880 and thoughtfully restored less than 5 years ago.
The adobe walls of the massive structure are over 2 feet thick and almost 20 feet high. The ceilings are covered with Saguaro ribs and topped with over 2 feet of concrete which replaced the dirt.
If you need more room, Please see the properties n: Walk to the Tucson Convention Center, 1 block away.
Downtown Tucson 3 Blocks away.
University of Arizona 5 minutes away Less than 2 Miles
J.W. Marriott Star Pass 5 minutes away.
4 Block from freeway access.
Tucson's best Mexican Food restaurant, El Minuto is 3 blocks away.