“Exceptional full breakfast”
In 1906 noted Southwest architect Henry C. Trost designed a home for the Joseph E. Curry family. Mr. Curry was chief clerk for the Calumet & Arizona Mining Company. The "C&A" subsequently acquired the house and, after altering it to reflect an increasingly wealthy community, used it as their guest house for visiting VIPs. After passing through a few owners and many changes to meet the needs of an always changing mining community, it became the residence of the Timbers in 1977, and since that year they have been conducting the careful restoration and enhancement of the home and its grounds. The garden was at first intended to be only a beautiful frame for a most extensive preservation and enhancement of an historic home. However, its development has become a many year and captivating project in its own right. Mostly lush desert flora has been selected, to which our particular Southwest zone is friendly, as well as suiting the home's Mission revival theme. The guest rooms are from normal (150 sq.ft.), to a very spacious (500 sq. ft.). Period wallpaper adorns the walls and antiques, from collectable grade to family heirlooms, to museum quality are throughout the home and bedrooms.
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