Historic House Listings

Former Arizona Governor Home, Circa 1910. $300,000

July 3, 2023

This was the home of a former Arizona Governor, Raul H. Castro. He was also appointed as Ambassador to Argentina by President Carter. The home was built in 1910. It is located Nogales, Arizona. The home features a covered front porch, extensive stonework, hardwood floors, elaborate mantelpiece, etched glass and shutters. There is a full basement and a guest apartment. Six bedrooms, five bathrooms and 3,774 square feet. $300,000

Contact Sean Doyle with Homesmart Advantage Group: 520-223-5395

From the Zillow listing:


”The two-story historical home at 429 W. Crawford Street, in Nogales, Arizona was home to former governor of Arizona, Raul H. Castro. This stone home was constructed in 1910 and contains 5 bedrooms, 4baths including approximately 777 square feet of basement space. In addition, the home contains a guest quarters with bath located at the rear of the property.In the 1960’s, Raul H. Castro served as a U.S. ambassador to El Salvador and Bolivia. Castro made history in 1974 when he became the first and onlyMexican American to be elected Governor of Arizona. After completing two years of his four-year term as governor, Castro was chosen by President Jimmy Carter to be ambassador toArgentina, a post he held until 1980when he returned to Arizona to practice law. He retired in 2003.”



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