An iconic home on Le Grande Terrace also known as "Doctor's Row" was built high above the street to take advantage of the panoramic views of the ocean, Vincent Thomas Bridge and the mountains. This historic home was built in 1924 and carries much of the essence of the original house. The home boast of high coved ceilings, mahogany wood, arched French windows, iron handrails, glass & iron door knobs, glass wall sconces and an original pink chandelier over the stairwell. The Doctor was apparently a romantic and built the beautiful stained glass window for his wife who was in love with the Blue Bell flower. As you enter the home the living room has an enormous window over looking the city light and panoramic views. The dining area is large enough to host a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for all the family. In the back of the lower level is the Doctor's office with original wood shelving and lighting. The kitchen has been updated with wood cabinets, granite countertops and travertine flooring. A home office along with a laundry room, butlers pantry and a 1/2 bath. Large master suite with an updated bathroom, huge walk-in closet and a lovely sitting area with outstanding views. The other 4 upper bedroom share two bathroom and have easy access to the backyard. Outdoors is like having another room, plenty of room for al fresco dining and enjoying the fire pit. Much has been done to keep this majestic home so well preserved. A true gem of an early California Spanish home.
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