Built in 1896, the Arthur Taylor Home is a gorgeous piece of Moab history and is now the Moab Springs Ranch. Their website says:
The Ranch is the oldest continuous settlement in Moab. Before settlers the copious springs watered the crops of ancestral Fremont Culture First Americans. Later, the Elk Mountain Band of the Ute Nation lived here. In the very early 1800’s, the Spanish Trail, linking Santa Fe to California, passed through the site. In the 1880’s, Moab’s first permanent non-native settler, William Grandstaff, built stone cabins here. In the 1890’s, a larger brick home, our National Historic Register Ranch House, was constructed of locally fired brick by Moab’s Taylor family. Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch camped here after robbing the San Miguel Bank in Colorado. Robert and Ethel Kennedy honeymooned in the Ranch House. Moab locals can share tales of love and loss – and rumors of hauntings – connected with the old Ranch.