Diane Keaton Lists an Exquisite Circa-1879 Adobe Home in Tucson

Besides being known for starring in beloved movies like Annie Hall or Father of the Bride, Diane Keaton is famous for her exceptional taste. Both in hats and homes. The actress has a deep love of architecture that especially took root when she bought her first Manhattan apartment in the Emery Roth-designed San Remo. Through the years, the Academy Award winner has proven to have a keen eye for unique properties, so it’s no surprise she found this 19th-century adobe gem in beautiful Tucson, Arizona. Two years after buying the exquisite home, Keaton has now listed it for $2.6 million.

With a smooth white exterior, the dwelling is chic yet full of rustic character. Thanks to its architectural details, it has no shortage of charm just like its stylish owner. Each room boasts high, wood-beamed ceilings and thick lime plastered walls, with industrial light fixtures adding contemporary flair. Exploring the courtyards and enchanting spaces, it feels like an escape back in time.

Built in 1879, 33 years before Arizona was even a state, this Sonoran row house was neglected for decades and at risk of demolition. Luckily, preservationists stepped in, and eventually, it became the home you see today.

The residence has been completely updated for 21st-century living, including a sleek pool perfect for Tucson’s hotter-than-hot days. Its main house, pool house, and guesthouse all open to peaceful outdoor spaces, making it an oasis for relaxation or entertaining.

Thanks to the careful touches given by Keaton, this four-bedroom home surely won’t be on the market long. To find out more about it, contact Nick Labriola of Long Realty Company at 520-975-8956.