Known as ''Rancho Arroyo'' or ''Lucille's Blessing'', this exquisitely restored property is on the National Register of Historic Places as a prime example of the early 20th Century Pueblo Revival architectural style. Originally constructed in 1926, the property consists of three adobe buildings: the main home, a guest cottage, and the garage. The buildings are nestled in an award-winning acre sized garden of desert cacti and succulents all hidden behind an unassuming gate. Rock and desert paths wind throughout this very private sanctuary which includes a rustic hand-hewn gazebo at the head of a natural looking man-made creek lined with desert flowers. Meticulously maintained, the home has been modernized mechanically while retaining its historic charm. This is authentic Arizona.