A 40-room hotel has been converted into a mega mansion and it's up for grabs. The 1919 property was built by copper tycoon James "Rawhide Jimmy" Douglas at the entrance of Arizona's Little Daisy Mine. It has recently undergone a 9-year restoration transforming the former miners' dorm into a private estate. The 12,000-square-foot concrete shell now consists of 8 bedrooms, 7 baths, and expansive entertainment spaces. Its interior is wrapped in 2,900-square-feet of interior porches while sprawling rooftop gardens look out onto Verde Valley, Cleopatra Hill, and the city of Jerome.
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