The HORNER HOUSE is more than a house! It’s a landmark in California History! Owned by John M. Horner, it’s believed to have been built in 1852. Wm. Y. Horner returned here from New Jersey with 23 members of his family and built this for them. This rare and beautiful home is on the California Register of Historical Places and is being considered for the National Register of Historic Places. It’s considered a “Greek Revival” home with rich history and providence. It’s been meticulously restored, renovated and updated. From the foundation to the roof, including electrical, plumbing, irrigation, insulation, sewer lines, and so much more. It’s, now, that perfect blend of artistic craftsmanship and modern amenities. The chef style kitchen features custom cabinets, rarely found granite slabs, and upgraded appliances. And… MORE! There are three units, including a bonus room over the 2- car garage and two units on the side of the home. That makes this the most grandiose four-plex ever!
Listing courtesy of Rick Geha from eXp Realty of California
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