This magnificent home was built by Jimmy Rawhide Douglas, the owner of the mine in Jerome, as a wedding gift to his daughter. Thus the name, Honeymoon Cottage. And what a cottage it is. This Grand Dame of Jerome is over 6,000 square feet in two buildings. Built in 1921, The French Country building was totally renovated in 2001 by an elite team of Jerome craftsmen, headed by Harry Stewart. The current owner has written a book about the history of this home and its journey back to splendor. The view from The Honeymoon Cottage is of the entire Verde Valley. The covered porch, off the living room and dining room,faces east for beautiful sun and moon rises as well as cool summer afternoons. The doors open off the bedrooms upstairs for starry nights with pure Northern Arizona air. A lush lawn, fruit trees and 100 grape vines surround the home and lead to the 3 acres included in the sale price. An additional 7 acres adjoin and are also for sale.