First time on the market in 54 years and originally constructed in 1931. The Spanish style home offers panoramic City, Bay and Coronado Bridge views and is less than a block from Liberty Station. There are original hardwood floors throughout the 4 BR/3.5 BA home along with vaulted beam ceilings, formal view dining room, a renovated kitchen and a private office. Sited on a .25 acre elevated corner lot, the home is filled with natural sunlight and a delightful sunny orientation.The three upstairs bedrooms are quite spacious – additional details include a upstairs view balcony, gabled clay tile roof, smooth stucco exterior and an oval brick chimney . This is a rare view opportunity in the popular Point Loma neighborhood of Loma Portal.
The neighborhood was originally part of the Mannasse and Schiller Subdivision filed in 1869. The area was envisioned as an upscale residential neighborhood with every modern convenience in anticipation of development of the San Diego -Point Loma electric rail line completed in 1909. There were decomposed granite streets, water and sewer lines, sidewalks and gutters. The historic street lights were added in 1912 and 1917. The second wave of development occurred during the 1920 to 1930’s and gave rise to a mix of revival styles. This home is a good example of Spanish eclectic architecture during the second phase of the Loma Portal development.