Diane Keaton Plans To Flip This Rustic $1.5M Rowhouse
The Book Club star is no stranger to flipping houses, and this 19th-century downtown Tucson, Arizona, home will be her next project. The 4,572-square-foot rowhouse was said to be almost uninhabitable before being restored by the previous owners.
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An exterior view of the 1890s limestone-sheathed row house located in downtown Tucson, Arizona.
The interior walls are made of exposed adobe and plastered mud, which pays respect to the city’s architectural history.
The home also includes a library with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves.
The combination living and dining room features beautiful dark hardwood floor…
… and exposed beam ceilings that add a rustic feel to the room.
The kitchen is equipped with a large, shelf-lined walk-in pantry and plenty of counter space.
The spacious principal bedroom offers a sitting area and combination closet/dressing/laundry room.
Attached to the principal bedroom is a large bathroom with accent floor tiles, clawfoot bathtub and open shower.