The Little Daisy Mansion Is a Real Life Version of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'

A former 40-room hotel transformed into a private property.
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The Little Daisy Mansion is a luxury private estate located in Jerome, Arizona. The property was originally built in 1919 by copper tycoon James “Rawhide Jimmy” Douglas as a 40-room hotel at the entrance of Arizona’s Little Daisy Mine. After a nine-year restoration, the mega-property’s old world charm has been revived with modern amenities, offering 12,000 square-feet of heated and cooled living space on a 3.45-acre plot of land.

The mansion now consists of 8 bedrooms, 7 baths, expansive entertainment spaces, 2,900 square-feet of interior porches, a sprawling rooftop garden and ample workshop/garage space. Surrounding views of the entire Verde Valley, Cleopatra Hill and Jerome add to the fairytale-like allure of The Little Daisy Mansion.

Take a visual tour of The Little Daisy Mansion above and head over to the Sotheby’s International Realty website if you’re interested in making an offer.

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