F: VIEW FROM THE TRAIL - The Blenman House

204 S Scott Ave Tucson

The Turquoise Trail/F: VIEW FROM THE TRAIL - The Blenman House
Presidio San Agustin del Tucson Museum
Written By Presidio San Agustin del Tucson Museum

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One block north on Scott St. is The Blenman House. Built in 1878 as a private residence by Charles Rivers Drake, a former US Army officer, the Blenman House is thought to be the only example of a Victorian-style building made of mud-adobe. It was purchased in 1891 by Judge Charles Blenman and stayed in the family for over 100 years. The flagpole in the front yard is the original and was erected by Blenman. Today, the home is a popular bed and breakfast offering an enchanting ambience in the heart of downtown Tucson.

The Royal Elizabeth offers gracious accommodations to its guests.
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F: VIEW FROM THE TRAIL - The Blenman House

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