Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty— Arizona’s leader in luxury real estate —is selling a piece of Arizona history in Safford, Arizona, an Arizona bed & breakfast filled with the charm and nostalgia of yesteryear.

Built in 1890 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this home was first owned by Sheriff Olney, who was once part of the group trying to locate Tombstone legends Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday.

Agent Brandon Hamilton from Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Pinnacle Peak Office is the listing agent on the historic Arizona property in Safford. The 2,931 square-foot Colonial Revival home is located at 1104 S Central Avenue in Safford, AZ 85546.

Listed for $575,000, the property offers 4 bedroom and 2 full bathrooms. Many of interior’s original pieces remain in the home including the wood floors, wood banister, doors/doorways, wood trims, fireplace mantels, built-in bookshelves/bench located in the dining room. There are also many modern upgrades throughout the home to compliment the 19th Century craftsmanship.

“This is a unique opportunity to own a piece of Arizona history,” said listing agent, Brandon Hamilton. “This iconic home sits in the heart of Safford. It’s deep-rooted in the town’s history while embracing modern amenities, making it the perfect home.”

Currently known as The Cottage Bed & Breakfast, the property also features two guest houses with 593 square-feet and 551 square-feet respectively. In the past, the main house and guest houses were utilized entirely as a classic Bed & Breakfast. Today, it now serves as a private residence with one of the guest houses operating as a B&B with a kitchen and full bathroom.The other guest house operates as a bakery with its own commercial kitchen called The Cottage Bakery.

This home’s convenient location put it in close proximity to lakes, hiking trails, horseback riding, the Mount Graham International Observatory, museums and much more for residents to enjoy.

Images of the home at 1104 S Central Avenue, Safford Arizona 85546 can be viewed here.