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One-of-a-kind Swiss Chalet style Craftsman built in 1912 by Alice Fenn Coffin, architectural designer, poet and playwright, eldest daughter of artist and illustrator Harry Fenn, sister-in-law of Arts & Crafts architects A.F. Norris and Dudley Strickland Van Antwerp, who probably signed off on the design.
Gracious living room features built-in bookcases, hand-carved floral insets in woodwork surrounding doors, windows and Inglenook fireplace. Original chestnut woodwork. Unique Moroccan and Chinese design elements throughout. Click Here For More.
One of the few houses designed by Los Angeles architect, Homer Glidden in 1914, the Henry Levy house is an outstanding example of a two and a half story Craftsman shingle style house with Tudor influences. Henry Levy, brother in law of Achille Levy (founder of Bank of A. Levy),was a bean broker and shipper. The 5,200 sqft, 5 bedroom, 4 bath home is very spacious, spreading over three lots, with many of the old trees and gardens on the property- including the original outdoor fireplace made from rocks from the Conejo grade. The second story exterior is shingled and the first story has medium clapboard siding. Click here for more.
Beautiful Arts and Crafts bungalow built in 1908, in downtown Riverside, California, near the Historic Mission Inn Hotel and Spa. This large two story home includes 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in over 2400 square feet, plus a walk down cellar and an unimproved third floor attic. Includes a fully owned solar photovoltaic electrical system and dual central air systems. Original features include the large entry door with side lights, dozens of multi-paned windows, fireplace with original tile and built-in bookcases, and a dining room built-in buffet restored to its original glory. Click here for more.
Near Lake Arrowhead, CA.
Mountain Craftsman style bungalow built in 1925 with additions in 1947. 1,360 square feet with beams, hardwood floors, rock fireplace, 2-3 bedrooms on 1/3 fenced acre with great open mountain and forest views. Watch the rising moon through the high clerestory windows in the great room.
Perfect writer’s retreat, two family getaway or fulltime home. Mostly restored in 2000 and refurbished earlier this year.
MLS # EV14098138
Mountain Country Reality