Tucson’s historic Eleven Arches estate hits the market for $6.5M
PHOENIX — The historic Eleven Arches estate in Tucson has been placed on the market with a $6.5 million price tag.
Also known as the Grace Mansion, the just over 15,500-square-foot estate sits on more than four acres of property in the heart of the Catalina Foothills, according to a press release.
The estate was built in 1937 by notable architect Josias Joesler to be used as a winter residence for Louise N. Grace, the heiress of Western shipping magnate W.R. Grace, the listing states.
It was included on the National Register of Historic Places after undergoing a five-year restoration process.
The main house features a grand entry hall and a two-story foyer.
The first floor has a master bedroom wing as well as large living spaces including a media room, personal office, his and her bathrooms, closets and a terrace.
On the second level of the main house, which can be accessed by an elevator or the staircase in the grand entry hall, people will find two large guest suites each with a private terrace overlooking the city.
Along with the main home, there are also three detached guest quarter casitas.
One offers four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a kitchen, living area, fireplace and a private patio, while the second includes two bedrooms and a full bathroom.
The third has one bedroom and bathroom.
The property also has one of the largest residential pools in Arizona, according to the release.