Auction | Built c.1919 | 12,398 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 7 Baths | 3.45 Acres
300 Upper Bell Road, Jerome, Arizona, United States, 86331
One of the more unique homes in Jerome, Arizona is pending sale after being auctioned on June 26, 2020 after two years on the market. Concierge Auctions opened bidding at 6PM EDT in a no reserve auction with an opening bid expected at $2 million – $4 million. Results have not been released, however, Concierge Auction’s property page shows “Bidding Closed” and “Sale Pending”. The 12,398 square foot residence had been on the market for $5.8 million and originally listed in August 2018 for $6.2 million. The New Haven Register reported in 2018 that the original 40-room hotel, known as The Little Daisy, was built in 1919 by Little Daisy Mine owner “Rawhide Jimmy” Douglas and was designed by architects Royal Lescher and Leslie J. Mahoney. The property was later sold to scientist, William Earl Bell, who is known for his work leading to the creation of the world’s first atomic clock. The estate remained in the Bell family until the mid-1990s when it sold to Walter and Lisa Acker for $190,000. At this point the residence was in a state of disrepair and required an entire overhaul. The Acker family spent 12 years redesigning and thoughtfully putting the residence back together.
Concierge Auctions: Coffered ceilings, the reconstructed reception desk, the kitchen’s original metal range hood & antique copper sink take you back in time. Eight reconfigured bedrooms including a grand master suite await you, your family and friends. Walls of french doors grace the main level, and arched windows line almost 3,000 square feet of upstairs verandahs. Swing them open and let the high desert breeze permeate the interior. Panoramic views of Sedona Red Rocks and the entire Verde Valley will delight you from the rooftop garden and deck. An incredible outdoor entertaining area spans the entire rooftop. Enjoy cozy sitting areas, and outdoor bar/dining area, and a hot tub ideal for chilly desert nights at this picture-perfect southwestern escape.