Situated near Downtown Tucson, in the heart of the historic Barrio Viejo, is this beautiful example of a late-19th century Sonoran row house.  The circa 1879 adobe home offers historic architectural details throughout (we are in love with the wood-beamed ceilings, doorways and deep windows, the original brickwork and the fireplace - now a beehive), but it has been updated for 21st century living. [Read more about the restoration process, which began with a 2014 purchase, and about the current famous owner.]

In addition to the 3 bedrooms in the main house, there is a library and a media room. The owner's suite includes an expansive dressing room with built-in cabinetry adjacent to the gorgeous owner's bath with an antique bathtub and skylights that add to the airy environment.

The outdoor living space is made for entertaining, with a spacious main backyard featuring a diving pool and fantastic pool house. In addition to a second private courtyard and ramada, the property includes a large attached 1 bed/1 bath guest house with a full kitchen and laundry.

Location: 560 S. Convent Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701
Built: 1900 (per the listing)
Square feet: 4,572
Bedroom/Bathroom: 4/3.5
Price: $2,600,000
Listed by: Nick Labriola, Tierra Antigua Realty

Listing facts and photos courtesy of listing agent/Redfin.com

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