The Orange Heights Historic District is home to some very special properties. Set between El Molino and Los Robles and just north Mountain, the area is comprised of an assortment of styles including Bungalow, Spanish, Craftsman, and Tudor. Situated above El Molino on a large 9,000 square foot parcel is 949 N. El Molino Avenue, a unique Spanish Bungalow built in 1924 that was certainly a contributor to the historic district.
Featuring 1,356 square feet, the three-bedroom two-bathroom floor plan offers original details throughout. Off the front porch and screen entry is the living room. The large space offers hardwood flooring, built-ins, a fireplace, and multiple French windows. The dining room is nicely sized with French doors leading to the quaint side porch. Off the central hallway are two bedrooms and a remodeled full bathroom. The third bedroom is just off the kitchen and makes the perfect office space with its location within the home and exterior door to the side yard. The kitchen includes granite counters, wood cabinets and recessed lighting. Off the kitchen is the laundry area and ½ bathroom which leads to the rear yard and detached garage.
Although the front yard offers new grass, plants, and trees, the rear yard is one of the homes highlights. Featuring two separate patios and an assortment of mature fruit trees, plants, and hedges, the space is beautifully appointed and meticulously maintained. Given the size, the possibilities to either expand the home and/or add an ADU are a reality. Additionally, the lot sits between El Molino and Leighton Alley giving two separate entrances. Other items of note include new central heating and air conditioning, main copper water line from street to home, new fencing, and new window/door screens.
offered by: Jeremy Hardy