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Exquisite '20s Spanish-Style Home in San Diego Asks $1M

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All photos via Sotheby's

Location: San Diego, California
Price: accepting offers between $989,000-$1,054,000
The bright pink accents on the front façade of this 1929 Spanish-style house in San Diego should tip you off to its overflowing personality on the inside. Located in the historic Point Loma neighborhood, where homes are far from cookie cutter, the 2,620-square-foot abode is on the market for the first time in 30 years. The current owners, a local couple who raised two children in the home, are now transitioning into a single-story residence. Besides a second-story extension completed decades ago, the four-bedroom, four-bath house is stunningly preserved—just look at the original brick fireplace in the living room and the breathtaking pale-green and orange bathroom.

The home features a rotunda at the entrance, which opens up to a high-ceilinged living room with hand-treated wooden beams up top. There's also an artist studio on the second floor and a generous patio out in the back.


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