Located on one of the most idyllic streets in Bankers Hill! Craftsman home built in 1909 with three bedrooms, two baths and an enclosed sunroom. Architecturally unique and historically-designated homes line the street here - all part of acreage owned and subdivided by Alonzo Horton, the Father of San Diego. A pleasant breeze flows steady up from San Diego Bay and Arroyo Canyon to keep the air temps mild. The house has original features including glass-paneled pocket doors, wainscoting in the large living room and dining room, as well as pine and oak wood floors. Additions to the house by the current owner (since 1975)...include an enclosed music room / game room, an outdoor covered dining area in the backyard complimented with a beautiful stone wall for additional seating, and a flagstone patio floor. The roof is three years old and the exterior was painted last year. The house was built with three bedrooms with one of those designed as a walk-through to the back bdrm as well as access to the backyard.
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