626 N Robson

Built by a medical doctor in 1904/1905 when Arizona was still just a territory, the home has been renovated since yet special attention was paid to restore some of the original qualities of the home. The original wood flooring in the formal living room still exists today as do original windows, moldings, and built-ins. Rumor has it that the double front doors exist because one door was to the medical practice office and one was for family use.

418 N Robson

This 1947 Early Ranch was originally owned by the Cardon Brothers. The front windows are original and they are framed in wood which was a luxury after the war. There are many other original features along with some original wood flooring. This home was built with the drive-through carport that is still there today. That was an invention of Frank Lloyd Wright. The original home was only a 900 square foot 2 bedroom / 1 bath. It has since been added onto and features a large master bedroom with walk-in closet and private bath. There is also an inside laundry room.