Rare Menlo Park area historic home-a massive 2 story vesicular basalt structure w a stone foundation, attached studio and ''Annex.'' Designed by prominent architect and mayor of Tucson-Henry O Jaastad, the home was built circa 1920. There are maple wood floors in the main house with the original wood staircase w carved duck. Basement. It is registered as Craftsman Eclectic in the National Register of Historic Places. 5 bdrms w 3 1/2 baths in main house. 4 bedrooms/4 bathrooms in the free standing structure-the ''annex''. Plus a Studio w bath. Custom metal fence and gates, extensive stained glass thruout. Formal dining room plus large eat in area off kitchen. Multiple porches and patios. Carport and off street parking. Rare piece of Tucson history! It must be seen to grasp the potential!
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