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Historic craftsman on 3.5 acres wants $2.2M

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A San Diego gem

Photos by Pacific Video Productions

If you’ve been on the hunt for a historic home in a sunny climate, look no further than this five-bedroom, three-bath home in San Diego, California. The craftsman-style property was built in 1908 by architects William Sterling Hebbard and Irving John Gill, the principals at one of the most prominent turn-of-the-century architecture firms in San Diego.

The Hawley residence is a soon-to-be Mills Act-approved house on over three acres overlooking Mission Valley. The home is on the market for the first time in over 50 years, offering 3,486 square feet of classic craftsman style. The asymmetrical facade includes massive pillars of river rock and a large side porch, and the property has large trees on site to help with shade.

Inside, the home boasts extensive exposed wood trim and beams. The living room features a stone fireplace, built-in reading nook, and original wood floors. Large windows throughout the home let in plenty of light to balance the dark woods, and the house also includes period-appropriate light fixtures that don’t detract from the historic style.

Love what you see? 4744 Panorama Drive is on the market now for $2,200,000.

The living room’s large stone fireplace is a cozy centerpiece.
The home features original exposed wood trim and beams.
A sun room offers views onto the property’s 3.5 acres.
The kitchen is simple and updated.
One of the home’s five bedrooms.
A beautiful teal tile and intricate floor-work in the bathroom add to the historic style.