The Southern California twist on Spanish Colonial architecture was all the rage in the 20's and 30's when this home was built on Ingraham Street. It was one of the first homes on Crown Point after the Causeway was built in 1931. It has a courtyard in the middle and a two-car detached garage.
This large living room is 19 feet long and very cozy with the original wood beams and fireplace.
The arched doorways and nooks are an element of the Spanish Colonial design that was featured at the Panama-California Exposition of 1915.
The leaded glass window was done by an art student and installed by the owner. It adds beauty and privacy to the breakfast room.
The kitchen was upgraded in the 90's and has plenty of storage.
A skylight in the ceiling adds a lot of natural light to a sparkling kitchen.
The bathroom has the original terra cotta floor.
One of three bedrooms.
Large master bathroom.
Master bedroom with fireplace faces the quiet backyard.
Third bedroom with window out to courtyard.
Large sunroom measures 25 feet long and 13 feet wide with fireplace and sliding doors to courtyard.
The courtyard is a focal point of the home and feels like an outdoor room. There is also a separate multi-purpose unit.
The backyard is cooled with bay breezes on this large 7,300 square foot lot. The asking price for this property is $749,000. Please contact Faith for more information.