La Casita del Sol
La Casita Del Sol which means “The little house of the sun,” is a fully-restored 1880’s working class adobe rowhouse, is located in the El Presidio Historic Neighborhood, in the northern downtown area of Tucson.
The El Presidio Historic Neighborhood is the oldest neighborhood in Tucson, and emerged as Spanish settlers made their simple adobe homes just outside the fort (presidio) that protected the mission and convent established by the Spanish conquistadores in 1776.
At approximately 450 square feet, the two room and bath adobe row house reflects the simple lifestyle of the many blue collar workers and laborers — clerks, bank tellers, blacksmiths, bartenders, and others — who have lived in the residence. La Casita retains its original simplicity and charm while providing the guest a combination of aesthetics, comfort, and amenities that the modern traveler expects.
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