This year’s lineup takes visitors up to The Boardwalk for a look at The Tiny House. Small on space but big on views, this home was built in 1904 by United Verde Copper Company. In 1931, it was valued at $4000 with a yearly rent of $270.00. In 1930, the home was completely renovated with a new foundation and floors. It was renovated again by the owners of the pink home next door in 2005. The house is famous for the night a car cascaded down Magnolia Street above and was hanging over the house. It is a Queen Anne Victorian Cottage.
The 52nd Annual Jerome Historic Home and Building Tour takes place May 20-21, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day in Jerome, Arizona.
There will be plenty of parking out at the 300 level where a bus will pick you up to bring you to town for your tickets. The Tour starts with ticket sales at Spook Hall on Hull Avenue. Adults will pay $20 and $10 for kids. Free for children under 3. There will be lots of steps so wear comfortable shoes and prepare for an adventure.
Large vans will transport guests to the first stop at The Clubhouse, once the hospital in Jerome. Two more stops are walking distance so prepare for some steps and a walk on The Boardwalk of Jerome. Then board a van to be driven to a home in The Gulch. Back in the van, you will be driven to the North/Dundee area for a look at 3 more homes, all interesting one of a kind homes. There will be live music in Spook Hall most of the day, featuring The Jerome Ukulele Orchestra, Tommy Anderson, Hank Ervin and Tom Bauer. The Tour is not handicapped accessible.
Visit jeromechamber.com for advance tickets sales or call the chamber at 928.634.2900.
For official information, see the Jerome Chamber of Commerce Home Tour page.