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Presenting the John Langley Howard Home and Studio in the coveted Peter’s Gate neighborhood above historic central Monterey. These are the last structures designed by world renowned Arts and Crafts architect, Charles Sumner Greene, before his passing. The architectural details of this Wood Craftsman have been beautifully preserved and restored with modern improvements conscientiously integrated. Open beam ceilings, redwood walls, oak floors, three enameled cast iron claw-foot tubs, farm sink, granite countertops, all new copper gutters, and 200 gallons of rain water storage. Enjoy the indoor-outdoor living choosing from six patios in the enchanting park-like setting where grand oaks grow among mature landscaping and stone paths. The living space features a three-bedroom, two-bath main house with an additional separate studio guest house with full kitchen.Charles Sumner Greene and his brother, Henry Mather Greene, were famous for the Arts and Crafts structures they designed and built. For their contributions to their craft, they were honored by citation from the American Institute of Architects as "formulators of a new and native architecture recognized throughout the world, influencing the design of small as well as grand houses". John Langley Howard commissioned construction of this home and studio. He is famous for the industrial mural at Coit Tower in San Francisco, which remains one of the finest examples of social idealism in American art.