This summer the hubby and I spent the weekend in La Jolla which is a quaint city on the beach north of San Diego. Each morning we took a walk along the beach and through this neighborhood of historic homes. I can only dream about living in something with so much history and beauty.
This is the Florence Palmer house built in 1929. It is a 3 bedroom home with 3 baths and 4 patios with cottage style gardens. It has 1908 square feet of living space on a 4,408 square foot lot. It was remodeled recently and is currently on the market for $2.3 million dollars.
A whopping $1205 per square foot.
Click here to see more photos I found online.
It really is a cute house!
This next house is the Morgan Larkins Marrone home listed on the San Diego Historic Homes as #226.
This home is currently owned by Linda Marrone a realtor and master gardener.
Click here to see her wonderful gardens surrounding this beautiful home.
I fell in love with her garden gate and have used it for my header.
I hope she doesn't mind. It's so pretty! Thanks Linda!
I love Spanish style homes and this one is so cute!
It is the F. Lisle Morgan Spec House #1 built in 1929.
I couldn't find any information about this one. It's interesting that it was a spec home.
I wonder what the price was? What was included?
This is the Howard and Maude Brown House built in 1929.
It boasts 2030 square feet and 3 bedrooms and 2 baths.
This is the street view on the side of the house. Love it!
The largest house on this tour is the Darlington House. It's a Mediterranean style home built in 1925.
It was owned by a wealthy NY widow named Sybil Darlington. I wish I could find
more information....I'm curious. It's a very large house for a widow!
It is now owned by the Social Service League of La Jolla and is a wonderful site
for weddings and receptions.
This cute little cottage sits right next door to the Darlington house.
I would love to know this history of this one too.
Thanks to my hubby for bringing me to such a special place. It was so relaxing
and we needed it. Thanks too for letting me play and take photos to remember
the scenery and to share! Enjoy!