Centrally located in the historic neighborhood of Blenman Elm.
This historic house was once the family home of nationally known artist Ted de Grazia. It has been tastefully renovated with high wood beam ceilings and tile floors throughout.
Ocotillo House is a beautiful 1930s adobe that was once the family home of the famed artistic family, the DeGrazias. Ted DeGrazia was an acclaimed Arizona artist. This residence originally had two houses and one casita, as well as an area with a stage and seating for musical events and allegedly a pit for cockfighting.
The house is located in the historically designated Blenman-Elm neighborhood of Central Tucson. This recently renovated home has twelve-foot high wood beam ceilings and tile floors. There are two bedrooms each with adjoining bathrooms. The master bedroom is spacious with a walk-in closet, a queen bed with memory foam mattress, an office/work area, and a full bathroom with tub and shower.
The second bedroom has a queen bed with memory foam mattress, dresser, closet and an attached bathroom with a tiled shower.
The kitchen is well-equipped with everything you would need to prepare wonderful meals. An antique kitchen table expands to accomodate four people comfortably.
Interaktion mit Gästen
Michael or Theresa will meet with you on arrival and offer recommendations and things to do in Tucson. There is a large book in the house with literature of things to do in Tucson and Southern Arizona.
No Smoking, No Pets
Check in time 2:00pm Check out time 11:00am unless arrangements have been made
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