Historic Safford house built in late 1800s goes up for sale
PHOENIX — A historic location in Safford, Arizona, dating back to the late 1800s is officially on the market.
The 2,931 square-foot Colonia Revival home is listed for $575,000, according to a press release, and features four bedrooms and two full bathrooms.
The property was originally owned by Sheriff Olney, who was part of the group that tried to track down Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday, two figures involved the historical shootout at the O.K. Corral.
Many pieces from the original home remain, including the wood floors, doorways, fireplace mantels and built-in bookshelves and bench in the dining room.
While the location retains much of its nostalgic charm, there are also many modern upgrades throughout the home.
Along with the private residence, the property also features two guest houses, each measuring over 550 square feet, according to the release.
One guest house serves as The Cottage Bed & Breakfast, while the other is a bakery with its own commercial kitchen known as The Cottage Bakery.
The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.