About This 1896 Victorian For Sale In Escondido California
The exquisite Escondido Alfred Beach House is one of the San Diego area’s most revered and renowned examples of Queen Anne Victorian architecture. This crown jewel landmark sits high above its neighbors and is rightly celebrated. Built in 1896, it underwent a master restoration with only the most exquisite and handcrafted materials and interior decor and has received many design awards.
The subject of countless print and film media, it was featured in a PBS documentary as well as local channel KPBS Historic Homes segment. 4 sumptuously appointed bedrooms and 2 full plus a half bath rounds out the 3300 sq. ft.
The most amazing gardens live here, with a master-crafted gazebo, a fountain, trimmed hedges worthy of Versailles and magazine styled porch living, all perfectly sited on .5 acres.
Inside is nothing short of perfection with the most historically accurate and luxurious furnishings and fabrics. Along that line, the home has the well advised option to the new owner of purchasing this masterpiece fully furnished. The hand printed wallpapers by Bradbury & Bradbury are intricately detailed and provide interest and layers of authenticity.
Whether entertaining family, friends, coworkers or possible Bed & Breakfast guests, this one of a kind masterpiece will please even the most discerning.
A perk not to be overlooked, the Mills Act brings the property taxes down to a mere $3,000.
Be the one to take on the honor and prestige of owning this most special of residences.
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