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*Photos provided by Mark Stewart Home Design
The Curtis Dam, built sometime between 1880 and 1883 by brothers Joseph N. and Sam Curtis, was the first concrete dam to be built on the San Pedro River. What was thought to be odd-looking rocks on the land, actually were dinosaur tusk tips attached to a 14-foot mastodon.
Cozy, Skinny Rustic Home
The Curtis home captures all of the charm and style of a large ranch house. At just under 800 square feet, it’s a great option for the single person or couple that knows exactly what they need from their home. However, that isn’t to say that it doesn’t have plenty of great, flexible features.
Approaching the home, you’ll see the large bank of windows that look out of the great room. Just to the left is the entry, which puts you right in the great room. Once inside the home, you’ll get a real sense for how much bigger this home lives than the square footage would make you think. With a vaulted ceiling, adjoining dining room and sliding glass door access to the outdoor living space, it’ll feel like you’re in a much larger home. Add an optional fireplace for great ambiance. Just off of the great room is a lovely den, something not often found in homes of this size.
The kitchen is fully featured and includes an island/bar for more informal dining. Tons of counter space, thoughtful appliance placement, and natural light make this kitchen a surefire winner. A full bathroom lies just beyond the kitchen, and even includes hookups for stackable appliances. Just past the bathroom is the vaulted bedroom. This is a really special bedroom, a vaulted ceiling, a walk-in closet, and last but not least, separate access to the covered outdoor space. Rounding out the floor plan is a large outdoor storage closet, perfect for landscaping equipment, outdoor furniture, or anything else you might need a little extra space for.