The Rosson House is a beautiful structure built in keeping with the Queen Anne style of the Victorian Era. Constructed in ... More
The Rosson House
The Rosson House is a beautiful structure built in keeping with the Queen Anne style of the Victorian Era. Constructed in 1895, it has been restored to all its former glory and today serves as a museum. Visitors get a glimpse into the lives of late 19th century Phoenix denizens through the preserved articles and housewares on display. The house is located in the quaint Heritage Square and is one of eight restored residences here. Guided tours around the house are available and it is open almost 365 days a year. Check website for more details and information.
I loved this home, It was fully restored to just how it would look at the turn of the century. The house is completely filled with authentic furniture, with a guided tour as well! If you love old victorians this is your place!
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