The eclectic house is just a 5 min walk from Bisbee's downtown restaurants, shops,and bars. This home promises to be a delight to all who view her. The 1906 home was previously owned by well known muralist Rose Johnson, the home retains many of her original faux finishes.
Stay as long as you like in this long or short term rental with covered porch and outdoor furniture.
The house. built in 1906 is located on Brewery Gulch. Back in those Copper Boom days this street had numerous Saloons, Bordellos and was the Red Light District. At the time, Bisbee was the largest town between St Louis and San Francisco!
During you stay a visit to the mining Museum is a must. Although Copper mining in Bisbee ceased in the 1970's, you can still take a very popular Underground Mine Tour which takes you 1500 feet under the Mule Mountains!
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You'll enjoy the open plan setup and flexible sleeping arrangements. A full well equipped kitchen with Electric Range, Microwave , Dishwasher, Coffee and Tea. The home is equipped with Central Air Conditioning and Heat for your comfort. The Bathroom features a separate modern Shower as well as an Antique Clawfoot Tub and Laundry for guests use.
You will have the whole house to yourselves (except our office room which will be locked. We rarely have need to use our office during guests stays so we'll not disturb you!)