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Cinnamon Properties

This eclectic house is conveniently located, just a 5 minute walk from Bisbee's downtown restaurants, shops and bars. This long or short term vacation rental introduces you to an artistic adventure in this 1906 antique dwelling. Previously owned by Rose Johnson a well known Mural Artist, the home retains a lot of her original embellishments. Particularly the Faux finishes in the living room and a Broken Tile Mosaic in the bathroom. Parking is easy, right outside the house, with just a few steps (see photo) to a covered porch complete with outdoor furniture.

This open plan which includes a double bed, single bed, and futon provides comfortable sleeping accommodations for six. The bathroom has an antique claw-foot tub and modern separate shower. A large eat-in, fully equipped kitchen includes dish washer, dishes, pots and pans, and utensils. Two living room areas for watching TV or having conversations or reading. Old Bisbee is a lively town with always plenty of things going on throughout the year.

220 Brewery Ave
Bisbee, AZ 85603
Stephan Green / Sue Lamb
Tel: 480-861-5292

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