This dignified building acknowledges being The Bisbee City Fire Hall, erected in 1906. ''Designated as a combination city hall and fire station, this structure was named the City Fire Hall Building.'' Appreciation and devotion are recognized in the improvements and care during it's current ownership. Two plaques on either side of the entrance offer history and insight over the years. The main level is dedicated as The Firehall Museum and upstairs is living quarters with Two divided suites. Each with Kitchen, Great Room, Bath and Bedroom. The original Brass Fire Pole and Fire Bell are still in place. The master bedroom utilizes the old vault as a master closet. The property is zoned CM2. An Additional Lot 103-62-459A conveys. The Lot has fruit trees with drip irrigation.
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