Take a step back in time with Seven Gables Real Estate! This historic 127-year-old Queen Anne listing in Anaheim is creating a lot of buzz around Orange County. Surprising neighbors and residents, the home is listed at $725,000 due to property tax savings through the Mills Act. In exchange for the continued preservation of the historic property, the homeowner will save thousands in taxes. Known as the Clabaugh House, the 1,471 sq. ft. residence was built for the city’s Santa Fe railroad station agent J.H. Clabaugh and his wife Julie and is decorated with authentic Victorian-era touches.
This magnificent piece of American history allows us to step out of the world of cookie-cutter tract homes, providing buyers the opportunity to own a piece of our history. The cottage has been meticulously restored in extraordinary and exquisite detail, tastefully blending the old and the new.
The charming architectural elements of the facade and front porch are only the beginning of the this home’s appeal. Step through the front door and into a breathtakingly elegant Victorian drawing room true to its original glory. Continue on to the formal dining room, where the Claybaugh family once entertained in sumptuous style.
Though the 1,500 sq. ft. home took shape more than a century ago, at its heart you will find all the modern conveniences you could desire. The ample bedrooms reflect a true understanding of the Victorian aesthetic but offers walk in closets to accommodate the modern day wardrobe. A first class cook’s kitchen features granite counters, ultramodern appliances and a center island. Tastefully designed bathrooms and the convenience of a laundry room, central heating & air, an oversized garage with loft and a reinforced foundation. In the lovely garden, you will pleasantly find a modern rendition of of the gazebo perfect for quaint dinner parties or a relaxing cup of coffee.
You can have it all with this unique American landmark!
115 S Olive Street, Anaheim
Offered at $725,000
Represented by Maria Xanthakis & Sandee Tanner