Eden, Arizona

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Eden is a small unincorporated community in Graham County, Arizona, United States. It is part of the Safford Micropolitan Statistical Area. Eden has a ZIP Code of 85535; in 2000, the population of the 85535 ZCTA was 150.[1]

Geography[edit]

Eden is at 32°57′41″N 109°53′44″W / 32.96139°N 109.89556°W / 32.96139; -109.89556, at an elevation of approximately 2875 feet above sea level.[2]

Features[edit]

The area hosted the Indian Hot Springs Hotel until February 2008, when it burned down.[3] The mansion was rumored to host the likes of the Rolling Stones on more than one occasion.[4] The mansion had a 70' × 270' pool, the largest ever in Graham County.

In film[edit]

Director Jaymes Thompson filmed "The Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror" at the Eden mansion.[5]

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