Beautiful vintage home in the Historic District of Escondido. Original 2 bed 1 bath 722 sqft home built in 1910 and 3 bed 1 bath, family room, laundry room adding 1100sqft done in 2000. Property does qualify for the Mills Act, but is not historically significant so less restrictions. Come home and feel like you traveled back in time, where life seemed simple and more at peace. Nice quiet neighborhood with wide streets. Alley access to 1 car Garage, with room to expand garage size if desired. Property has some unique antique décor such as Post Victorian era vintage outhouse, moved from a Santa Paula orchard in the early 1990s. The outhouse is unique, being a side-by-side two hole design. Enjoy the patio area with nice private Koi Pond. Watch the wild parrots pass through the neighborhood regularly, smell the lilac bushes, and neighbors Plumeria trees. Backyard has a wonderful garden area and features mature peach, grapefruit, lime and orange trees. This home does have some modern upgrades as there is whole house air-conditioning, forced air heat, New Roof as of 2021, Exterior painting as of 2021. Plumbing and Wiring Updated during addition in 2000.

Offered By:Keller Williams Realty

Date Added: 7/29/22 at 7:00 am
Last Update: 7/30/22 at 8:06 am


  • RoomsBedroom Entry Level, Family Room, Kitchen, Living Room, Laundry
  • AppliancesDishwasher, Disposal, Range/ Oven, Refrigerator, Shed(s), Gas Stove, Ice Maker, Gas Range
  • Living RoomLaundry Room
  • A/CCentral Forced Air
  • HeatingForced Air Unit, Natural Gas
  • FireplaceN/ K
  • GeneralBathtub, Copper Plumbing Full, Shower in Tub, Unfurnished, Positives: u2022 Generally quiet street (only 2 blocks long on this section) u2022 Wider than normal street u2013 easily park on both sides and have room for 2 cars to pass u2022 Historical neighborhood u2022 Home qualifies for Mills Act, but is not historically significant, so less restrictive u2022 Wild parrots pass through the neighborhood regularly u2022 Alley access u2022 Retractable clothesline from house to garage u2022 Garden area in back yard Improvements: u2022 Fully fenced yard u2022 Mature peach, grapefruit, lime, and orange trees u2022 Patio and koi pond u2022 Extensive brickwork from street to alley u2022 Two period storage sheds in back yard u2022 Planted birch trees in front yard u2022 Mature lilac bushes in front yard and alley u2022 One and a half story addition to original house (added 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, family room and laundry room) u2022 New Owens Corning cool roof on house and garage in 2021 u2022 Painted house in 2021 u2022 Painted garage in 2022 Additional info: u2022 Post Victorian era vintage outhouse, moved from a Santa Paula orchard in the early 1990s. The outhouse is unique, being a side-by-side two hole design. u2022 The brickwork around the home is primarily made up of used brick, collected from as far away as China. In addition to a great number of brick obtained from buildings in Escondido and Vista, there are bricks from buildings removed for the construction of Pet Co Park and Camden Yards in MD, and still more from various locations in the desert, the Midwest and Salem MA. u2022 The concrete block shed was constructed of site made concrete block, made on an early 20th Century Montgomery Wards concrete block machine. u2022 The yard iron comprises of equipment likely to have been found around this area, including a mail order Galloway farm engine, a Meyers Bulldozer water pump (which holds the mailbox), that would have supplied a small grove or truck farm, and a hand operated water pump.
  • FlooringLaminate, Linoleum/ Vinyl, Wood
  • Disability FeatureNone


  • GeneralClapboard, Brick
  • StyleCraftsman/ Bungalow
  • PoolN/ K
  • Other StructuresShed, Other/ Remarks, Shed


  • RoofingComposition


  • HOAYes
  • HOA AmenitiesN/ K, 0.0
  • Road/AccessN/ K


  • TopographyLevel
  • ViewN/ K
  • FencingFull, Gate
  • RestrictionsN/ K
  • ZoningR-1: SINGLE


  • WaterMeter on Property
  • SewerSewer Connected
  • UtilitiesCable Connected, Electricity Connected, Natural Gas Connected, Sewer Connected, Water Connected


  • DistrictEscondido Union High School District
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