By Henry Bean | Tuscon.com
A historic house now for sale near the University of Arizona boasts “gorgeous architecture” and a “fabulous interior,” but there’s one major drawback: It’s a lousy place to hide out from the coppers.
The so-called Dillinger House, scene of Tucson’s most notable arrest, officially went on the market Wednesday night for an eye-popping $635,000.
Realtor Rich Kenney, who owns the home on Second Avenue near First Street, admits his price is “at the high end,” even in today’s favorable seller’s market. But Kenney said the house is in great condition with a lot of original features, and he thinks its famed connection to gangster John Dillinger will attract some interest.