This Victorian home in Pacific Grove, Calif. is a hidden treasure, just steps from the ocean. It was built in 1908 and restored in 2011. The rich history of the home shines through in the unique features and fine craftsmanship.
Currently available for sale EstatelyThe house was renovated with the environment in view. To be eco-friendly, we used zero VOC paint, hardwood floors made from sustainable timber, and recycled material countertops. Take a look at the interior.
Although the home measures only 507 square footage, it feels spacious thanks to the open plan layout, brightly lit walls, and plenty natural light. The living room features a bay windows with intricate crisscross-lattice detail.
The unique red counter tops of the kitchen’s kitchen are made from recycled materials. The small space feels luxurious with carefully chosen details such as custom shaker cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a classic subway tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances.
The charming Dutch entry door invites in cool California breezes and offers stunning views of the neighborhood.
The bedroom, like the rest, has a chunky door and window casings. This adds character and gives the house a well-finished look. Wall sconces work well in places where traditional nightstands or lamps are not practical.
This historic home boasts a luxurious bathroom that is modern and luxurious. Every detail was thought out, including the towel warmer and extended counter top.
This bathroom has a unique addition: a deep soaking tub with built in drawers.