This little red schoolhouse was built in 1896 and replaced the first school. It now serves as the municipal court building. The Kingman Visitor's Center has a nice walking tour map, with historic buildings labeled and some general information.
To the right of the living room is this bedroom.
We came through the bathroom into the kitchen. The stove has a tank at the top that served as a water heater. One of the Bonelli family's sons lived in the family home until around 1970. It was said that he continued to use this original stove!
There was plenty of stair climbing exercise to be had in the Bonelli home!
This is the upstairs landing and a bathroom ahead.
To the right of the landing is the male children's bedroom. The doorway leads to a big wrap around balcony. There is an opening in the ceiling that goes up into the glassed in room on top of the house. It served to vent heat from the room, but the boys also used it as a playroom.
Across from the boy's bedroom is the girl's bedroom.
The door goes to the balcony.
Across from the sitting room by the stairway railing is the parent's room. The door on the right goes to the balcony.
Here is the bottom of the stairs looking from the living room back towards the dining room! It's a nice home said to be inhabited by welcoming spirits!