Welcome to the utterly spectacular Harbor House built by renowned architect Henry LA Jekel in 1931. This Normandy style home boasts details of the nautical theme like a wood ceiling that resembles the underbelly of a ship and a stained-glass window in the shape of a porthole of a sailing vessel named Plymouth Tower. The original painting still shines bright on the Viking-style working stone fireplace. The formal dining room has a secret to tell of handcrafted Oregon Pine builtins by Italian craftsmen that when opened reveals a hidden bar. The home follows a u-shaped design opening to the courtyard. The master suite is its own wing of the home with a sitting room large remodeled bathroom walk-in his and her closets and a private patio entrance. The guest room on the main floor has a remodeled bathroom along with a private entrance. On the second story, you have a smaller master suite that encompasses the entire floor with its cedar lined closet and working porthole windows along with a bathroom. The turret allows for an office or small library. All electrical has been upgraded along with central AC units. Two basements allow for different activities, one being full of the home's working systems equipment, and the other ready to host parties or allow for a pool table. Property features an established citrus orchard, an exterior groundskeeper's bathroom, and a peaceful gazebo. Call (951) 203-2293 today to visit this historic home.
3014 Pine Street, Riverside, CA 92501
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