This is the dining room off the kitchen. The home appeared to have 6 rooms now with one of the rooms being a masculine den.
Here is a more expansive view of the Little Old New Home's parlor. The home appeared to be 4-5 rooms.
This is the parlor of the John Slaughter residence. The carpet will be stripped away and the wood floors restored once the owner finds rugs appropriate to the history of the home.
This is the bedroom in the Wyatt Earp house.
This bedroom in the Clementine home is referred to as Doc Holliday's room.
This home is referred to as North Pole South, as it is Christmas at this residence 365 days a year! The interior of the home carries the Christmas theme throughout. The interior of the home had a rustic, but elegant charm that made the home feel to me like a log cabin lodge! The owners truly captured the feel of a home you would expect Santa Clause to live in while at North Pole South!
Here is another look into Tibbs Manor and some of the participants in the First Annual Tombstone Historic Homes Tour! We'll definitely try to catch it every year that we can! The homes and presentations were magnificent! Kudo's to the Tombstone Cameo Ladies who hosted the event!