Built in 1898 for mining executives atop the booming town of Jerome, the historic John Riordan House was devastated in 1953 by a mudslide and abandoned for the next 60 years. In 2013, the house was fully and faithfully restored to its authentic, early 20th century condition by Nordic Builders, Inc. Now you can step back in time to the heyday of Jerome's mining history and experience this unique restoration from a bygone era. Located just two hours from Phoenix, one hour from Flagstaff, and 40 minutes from Sedona, the John Riordan House is an ideal vacation destination.
The John Riordan House will be a feature story in the upcoming October 2014 issue of Arizona Highways magazine.
Overlooking the town of Jerome, the 116 year old home gives guests a picturesque view unparalleled in Arizona. The fully-furnished interior sleeps six with over 1,400 square feet of outside patio space. The historic home is within easy walking distance of restaurants, shopping, and wineries. With a unique set of authentic furnishings and amenities that are unsurpassed, you will find no better deal in Jerome. The John Riordan House is proud to offer the highest rentable accomadations in the entire Town of Jerome.