Historical Multi-Residential Estate
Once you set foot on the winding path hugged by the beautifully landscaped front yard, under cover from the giant deodar, jacaranda, and palm tree to the front porch and mahogany front door framed by the beautiful stained glass inlaid in the side-screen panels. Immediately you are transported back to 1923; a space iconic of the period of family gatherings around the baby grand piano, original Batchelder fireplace, and family dinners in the formal dining room complete with solid mahogany trim and carved mahogany pocket doors, and barbecues outside. Throughout the home you’ll see the beautifully refinished original oak hardwood flooring, and some of the original maple flooring upstairs that was taken from the original 1800s Parker Estate. The seamlessly flowing main residence boasts 6 bedrooms, 3.25 baths, and approx. 2,650 square feet. Downstairs you’ll find a library/office, updated en-suite bedroom with walk-in closet offset from the stairwell. With room to grow, re-energize the kitchen and convert the California basement into a wine cellar or keep as storage. With a versatile upstairs floor plan, you’ll find cozy, yet spacious five bedrooms each with their own closet. The two largest bedrooms, have large walk-in closets with window-access to the front balcony. The south bathroom has been newly remodeled to period. The traditionally remodeled three-bedroom plus den, one and a half bath guest house is about 1,285 square feet and has its own driveway access, one-car garage, private laundry, deck and porch, separately metered utilities (except water). Rent-ready with brand new carpet and paint. Sitting on almost .81 acres, there once was a tennis court between the two residences, and there are a number of out-buildings still standing that lend creative license to those with vision. There is room to add more garages, sparkling pool and spa, and new tennis/sport court, lush landscaping, a pool house, art studio, recording studio, or gym, anything you desire.