Designed by Micki Goldstein and created by Mary Phoenix.
Original pendant shades in the windows.
The gallery is an intimate space filled with local art.
Great windows for display on the street level.
Painted with metallic automotive paint, the ceiling looks historic.
This is the original configuration of the doors. Only one door opens now.
Lovely Main Street outdoor space with old rose bushes.
Concrete stairs on the south side of the building.
Watch the changing horizon from sunrise to sunset.
Notice the easy stairs to the bedrooms.
Large windows, nice lighting. Central air and ceiling fan.
The entire Verde Valley unfolds before you.
Bar stools by the tiled counter.
A chandelier helps to create a dining room area in the large space.
Each room has an exterior door and a door to the foyer.
Each guest room has large original windows.
Tile floor, deep tub and built in shelves behind the door.
A large closet is in the hallway through the second green door.
The porch faces east and is in the shade all afternoon.
This is a beautiful and well loved Jerome landmark building.