Spanish Revival Cottage c.1927 with Mini Farm

A classic Spanish Style Cottage reminiscent of revival architecture c.1927 designed by M.M. Gauchenaur in Frog Town.  Perfectly sited on a corner lot with lush landscaping and your own mini farm.  Open concept light and bright floor plan with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, mint condition original hardwood floors, central heating and air, updated 200 amp electrical and copper plumbing, owned solar panels, tankless water heater, and fully insulated 2 car garage with sky light.  Kitchen with caesar stone counter tops, custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances.  Architectural features include:  arched picture window, original ornate tile surrounding wood burning fireplace, coved ceiling in living room and dining room, basement and 2 front doors used for air ventilation in a bygone era.  The restoration of this special property has been meticulously and thoughtfully executed.  The mini farm produces:  16 varieties of fruit, 6 herbs, 21 vegetables, 20 laying hens, 2 honeybee hives, assortment of ornamental flowers and trees.  Producing $3000-$4000 worth of produce annually.  Back yard is perfect for gardening and entertaining with pergola.  Located two blocks from Dorris Place Elementary School.  Rarely does a property with this pedigree come along in an urban locale.   A truly special and magical home centrally located to all the east side has to offer.​

Below is a list of all the fruits, veggies and flowers included in the sale:

Fruit trees:
Peach (2)
Apple (4) early, mid and late season varieties
Fig (black mission)
Blood orange (2)
Navel orange (3)
Valencia orange (4)
Persimmon (Fuyu)
Meyer lemons (2)
Grapes (red and green)
Avocado (portion of 80 year old tree hangs on our side)
Cherry (not yet producing)
Pear (not yet producing)
Loquat (first producing year)

Wild sage
Rosemary (2 huge bushes)
Parsley and basil generally self seed annually
French lavender

Artichoke regrows annually from established root crown
Tomatoes generally self seed annually (Roma and cherry)
At the moment we have: beets, cauliflower, carrots, arugula, mustard, peas, Swiss chard, and dandelion greens
Depending on the season and year we have also successfully grown:
Green beans‎, Asian long beans, broccoli, kale, green and red lettuce, fava beans, squash, bell peppers, hot peppers, cantaloupe, watermelon, pumpkins

20 laying hens (depending on season 6-12 eggs per day)
2 honeybee hives (the older one produces about 3.5 gallons/ year)

California poppies and wildflowers reseed themselves annually in sidewalk strip
California live oak
Pride of Madeira
Crepe Myrtle tree
Lion's mane
Firecracker flower
Red flowered shrubs that attract humming birds
Ornamental olive tree
Various other flowers, grasses and shrubs​








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