Presenting a treasured piece of history for the discerning buyer....and such history here. The story has been told that the home was built for a daughter of one of the founding fathers of San Gabriel as a wedding present in the 1880s. This Victorian home features some Creole architectural components that are unusual to find in CA: The expansive porches, rooms that open directly onto the porches, a raised foundation, intricate hardware and doorways with transom windows. The beautiful double door glass entry opens to the large foyer. Immediately, your eyes are drawn to the full-sized pocket doors with intricate hardware that open to the spacious living room with 10' ceilings and original wood windows. The over-sized, single pocket door allows for the privacy of the dining room. The porch off of the dining room was once used for the horse and buggies to drop off the visiting house guests. The kitchen has been remodeled and updated to mirror the needs of today's households with white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The master suite has a private bath, claw tub, basket weave tile flooring and stained glass windows for privacy. The second bedroom has a separate adjacent den or office space and has its own bathroom with claw tub. The back sun porch of
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