Romantic Spanish Style Home
A romantic 1921 Spanish style home in the historic district in Anaheim, CA today. It’s open house created some buzz with lines of visitors wanting a look at what “is probably the most photographed home in Anaheim” per an article in The OC Register.
I’m so happy to show you this locally famous California historic home. The listing says the house is “reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour.”
Intrigued, I had to take a quick peek inside. I saw a charming home with romantic built-ins and an abundance of arched doorways and windows. In fact, the listing does state it is “one of the most romantic homes in the district.”
It’s a Spanish Hacienda style house in Anaheim, California’s Mother Colony Historic District. White with red tile roof and trimmed in a stunning periwinkle blue. I’ve featured some before like this Spanish style home, and a few others, but none as photographic as this one.
Last sold in 1994 for $250,000. Today it’s on the market for $679,000 with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. She’s looking good for being 90 plus years old.Deliciously different! I’m loving the color of the trim.
After catching my breath and gazing at all the beauty to behold, I rang the doorbell to gain entrance to the kingdom.
I didn’t expect that the charming arched windows on each side of the door would open and close like this.
Double arch doors, triple arches, I never saw an entrance like this that is even more beautiful on the inside.
Red oak floors. I am soaking in the ambiance of this room and the entire character of this Spanish style home.
We can go outside again through these charming, romantic doors, but let’s keep looking around.
Spigot water faucet that bubbles into the pond.
At first I thought the upper kitchen cabinet doors were decorated with painted art, but it is actually stained glass. Love the clever storage solution of cabinets and drawers built into the walls of the hallway.
Even more stained glass in the bathroom.
Judging by all the buzz, if you want this popular Spanish style home, head over to Zillow fast for all the details before she is gone for another 20 years.
As for me, I’d love to be the Queen of this Spanish style castle living peacefully with my King and California subjects.
Here’s that Spanish-Mediterranean house I mentioned that is interesting to see. It’s from a site called Home Shoot Home that advertises homes available for filming movies and TV shows.
See a list of Historic homes on Old Houses, Victorians, Historic Mansions, Famous Historic Houses.