Adobe Libre | Tucson, AZ

Words and images ©  PAUL MARTINEZ

Words and images © PAUL MARTINEZ

Tucked away in the historic Barrio Viejo neighborhood of Tucson is 'Adobe Libre,' a historic property dating back to the late 19th century.

Adobe Libre was built in the 1880’s and at one point served as a shop. It’s now an airbnb in a historic neighborhood riddled with history and culture. When owners Krysta and Joel first purchased the property, they set out to design a space that relished in its history; while practicing aesthetic restraint and minimalist concepts.

The property features clean lines, airy spaces, mid-century decor and high ceilings—not to mention air conditioning, which is vital in the Sonoran desert. There’s also a fireplace in the living room (which is nonfunctional but incredibly photogenic), a well-stocked kitchen and plenty of living space for up to four guests.

If you’re looking for something with more space; the sister property 'Root Beer Adobe', is a larger two-bedroom Airbnb located next door. This 1890’s adobe was used as a soda shop in the 1950’s and still displays the faded remnants of a sign out front.

ADOBE LIBRE

If you’re planning a road trip through the American southwest and planning to stop in Tucson; this is an ideal place to stay, as it’s conveniently located near downtown.

Book and find out more online.

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