Just minutes from the heart of downtown Riverside. This mission style home, built by one of the architects of the Mission Inn: G. Stanley Wilson. in the historical Mt Rubidoux area and Fairmont Park. With park like yards and tree lined streets. Yester year homes in this neighborhood. Built in 1908, 3 bedroom with room for more. Remodeled kitchen and fresh paint on the exterior. The home has central air and head with separate units for the up stairs and the downstairs. Massive front porch with hanging swing for those summer nights relaxing outdoors. Certified termite, and repairs. Over $125,000 spent restoring the original building. There is 1 bed 1 bath approximately 440 sq ft Sears And Roebuck kit house on the property that is just amazing. Perfect for a rental or a granny flat. All on a back alley to enter the back yard from the back yard. Carriage house has been used as a single car garage. Space for RV parking. Walk to the park and fish or kayak.
Listing courtesy of Listing Agent: Brett Boyd (firstname.lastname@example.org) from Listing Office: Bennion Deville Homes.
Listing sold by Christine Ward from Pacific Investment Associates
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