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Arizona’s Most Expensive Old House Listing. The Little Daisy! OMG. $6,200,000

September 24, 2018

Arizona’s most expensive old house listing originally was built as a hotel for a mine owner’s guests. Built in 1919 by Jimmy Douglas, owner of The Little Daisy Mine which produced $1.0 billion worth of copper by 1950. It had 40 rooms when it opened in 1919. It is now a private residence. Imagine that! Located on 3.45 acres in Jerome, Arizona. Eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and 12,398 square feet. $6,200,000

From the Zillow listing:


The spectacular Little Daisy in Jerome, AZ is being offered for sale after a total renovation. Brought back to life by master craftspeople after 9 years of loving work, the huge home on 3.45 acres offers over 12,000sq ft of heated & cooled living space, 2,900 sq ft of interior porches, 2,600 sq ft of garage/workshop & 9,000 sq ft of rooftop gardens. Built by Rawhide Jimmy Douglas who owned The Little Daisy Mine which produced $1 Billion worth of copper by 1950, this was a hotel for his guests & then for Miners. It had 40 rooms when it opened on Jan 1, 1919.Today, it is a private residence with every modern amenity steeped in old world charm. Incredible views of the entire Verde Valley, Cleopatra Hill & Jerome provide the perfect backdrop for an experience of a lifetime at The Little Daisy

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