National Register of Historic Places in Grand County
The Arthur Taylor House is an intact late 19th century farm complex with a two-story main house of brick. Its size and sophistication, in comparison with the crude homes of most of Moab's citizens, mark the importance of ranching in the area during the late 19th century.
The Old Taylor Homestead is one of the few remaining historical and architectural assets of the town of Moab, which has suffered the baleful effects of uranium booms and tourist infestations.
Adapted from the NRHP nomination submitted in 1980.
When we photographed the Taylor House in 2011, it was open to the public as a restaurant.