This home is a quintessential example of burnt adobe Midcentury Tucson architecture. One family has owned this extraordinary home since 1962. Open plan with beamed ceilings, exposed Adobe walls, and a wall of windows which looks east over the dense creosote of Richland Heights. The clerestory windows, flagstone fireplace, and numerous original fixtures throughout all contribute to this home being a well preserved example of Tucson's cherished modern ranch aesthetic. Enjoy Mountain Views from numerous windows and the original metal porch. Brick patios, cactus gardens, and custom metalwork make the exterior of this home just as captivating as the interior.
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