Historic Homes in San Clemente, California
Historical Homes For Sale in San Clemente, California
Here is your guide San Clemente Historical Homes home for sale. Our staff of San Clemente Realtors have put together all the Historical Homes homes for sale in the San Clemente, California area! There are a few different areas in San Clemente with Historical Homes so make sure you visit our individual neighborhoods page and search under the areas of San Clemente Central and San Clemente north neighborhoods as most historical homes can be found in the center of town. Additional information on San Clemente Historic Homes can be found below. Our San Clemente Real Estate agents are here to help guide you through the San Clemente Real Estate Historical Homes marketplace.
San Clemente Historic Homes For Sale In San Clemente, California
San Clemente 4100 Calle Isabella
La Casa Pacifica is the most significant oceanfront estate in Southern California. Its 5.45 acres of pristine oceanfront property, with 450 linear feet on the beach, are enveloped in the most magnificent coastal gardens and grounds found in California. The completely walled compound affords panoramic views of the ocean and sunsets from its preferred elevation. The Spanish Colonial Revival architecture of the restored and modernized main residence, circa 1927, has been featured in Architectural Digest on three occasions. The gleaming white structures contrast perfectly against the vibrant colors of the impeccably kept seaside gardens. Stands of exotic palms and Monterey Cypress sway in the ocean breezes whilst overlooking wide expanses of emerald lawns. There is approximately 15,000 s.f. among the various buildings, which include the main residence of approximately. 9,000 s.f.; a 3,000 s.f. entertaining pavilion (w/ guest wing), a two-bedroom guest house, and multiple staff accommodations. An oceanfront swimming pool, lighted N/S tennis court, and putting green complete the property. All of this rests behind three sets of gates. Once home to President Richard M. Nixon, La Casa Pacifica been the setting of numerous social and political events in its storied past.$63,500,000
San Clemente 243 Avenida La Cuesta
Do you love Spanish Colonial architecture and low property taxes? Historic PROPERTY TAX BENEFIT TRANSFERS WITH TITLE - SAVES BUYER over $26,000/yr! (NEW TAX LAW limits deduction to $10k.) Designed by world famous architect, Paul R. Williams, AIA, honored as the Gold Medal Winner for his prolific career, best known as "The Architect of the Stars". Proudly listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival style will awe you with character and charm from its 11' coffered ceiling to its beautifully restored oak and "picket tile" floors, round library, secret wet bar, basement, four balconies and awesome ocean views. The 5th & 6th bedrooms are now the dressing room & closet. Restored by its current owners for the past 21 years, the "Goldschmidt House" legacy now transfers to the 5th lucky owner. Original owner, Adlai Goldschmidt, a wealthy vintner, owned 11,000 acres that later was developed into the City of San Clemente. This home sits on two thirds of an acre with views of Catalina Island, Dana Point harbor, Northern hills, City lights & San Clemente Island. The property is graced with blue agave, palm trees, eucalyptus, stone pine, veggie gardens, an orchard and a vineyard. No HOA/melloroos. Exterior improvements (in Spanish style) are welcome, full discretion on interior. Large, TURNKEY home on an expansive, private property with AMAZING ocean views and huge TAX BENEFITS designed by one of the world's greatest architects.$3,232,000
San Clemente 199 Avenida La Cuesta
Iconic Ole Hanson treasure situated on a rare estate sized lot with detached guest casita! As one of the City’s historic structures, this home is eligible for application to the Mills Act, which would result in a significant reduction in property tax. Having been meticulously restored and maintained, this phenomenal home exudes the charm and character of Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture. Designed by renowned architect Virgil Westbrook, the home seamlessly follows the natural terrain of the 22,145 sq. ft. lot (over ½ an acre). The original 1928 home features 2bdr/2ba, living room with wood burning fireplace, sunroom, remodeled kitchen, dining room with French doors leading to a Juliet balcony and a 2 car garage. A detached 540 sq. ft. guest casita built in 1957 features a beamed ceiling, full bath and kitchenette. Constructed to capture the ideal blend of privacy and coastal living, the home and casita are nestled into the lot and are surrounded by a natural landscape of mature trees and drought tolerant plantings. The sweeping backdrop of valley, hills and mountains, as well as an ocean view from the master bedroom, are truly remarkable. The Spanish aesthetic, stunning natural setting and complete privacy of this home creates a unique atmosphere like no other in the “Spanish Village by the Sea.” Enjoy an excellent location among estate homes on ½ acre minimum lots, all within walking distance to shopping and restaurants and only a short drive to world famous beaches.$1,375,000
San Clemente 233 Avenida Rosa
Ideally situated in the downton Village of San Clemente, this SINGLE STORY cozy, completely remodeled and move in ready historic Ole Hanson, Mills Act beach cottage provides three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms with approximately 1200 square feet of living space. Built in 1927, this home maintains a classic exterior Spanish style with a combination of brick, stucco and tile, while being internally remodeled and updated throughout. This home enjoys the Mills Act Tax Benefit, with the property taxes being approximately $2137 a YEAR, saving $12,000 annually!! Upon entry you are greeted with high vaulted wood beamed ceilings and large windows offering great natural light and an open feel. The bathrooms are luxuriously appointed. An ideal space for entertaining, the backyard features a large grassy area and new landscaping. Peek a book ocean views from the dining room, living room and front yard. An extended driveway provides an abundance of parking or storage for an RV or possible boat parking. This home's ideal location allows you to walk or bike to world famous San Clemente beaches, The Village of San Clemente, parks, and fantastic hiking and mountain biking trails. Proudly designed by Kate Harper Designs!$1,349,900
San Clemente 235 W El Portal
Location, location, location....extremely rare opportunity to own a property that epitomizes San Clemente's beach community lifestyle, history and charm found within this amazing historical 1929 Ole Hanson cottage. Ideally located within 200 yards of access to San Clemente's iconic beach trail, surf and sunsets....you're literally steps to the beach!!! In addition to it's distinctive style of Spanish-influenced architecture for which Hanson is renowned, the property is qualified and currently approved with the Historic Preservation Mills Act, saving the owners tens of thousands of dollars in property taxes!!! The home's unique single loaded street location, offers plenty of additional parking for guests rarely found with beach close homes, while also including it's own two car detached garage offering tons of storage with a huge ocean view sun deck above. Enjoy the ocean breezes and privacy this single level home offers situated above the street upon ascending it's dramatic entry staircase, while exploring it's multiple cozy outdoor sitting areas laced in saltillo tiles and dotted with, lights, fire pit, chairs, umbrellas, outdoor shower and much more. Upon entering the home drenched in natural light, you'll appreciate the condition and care the owners have taken to preserve and maintain the historic qualities of the home's hardwood floors, archways, fireplace, vaulted open-beamed and coffered ceilings, etc. This is definitely a property you don't want to miss!$985,000
Based on information from California Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. as of July 19th, 2018 at 4:06pm PDT. This information is for your personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties you may be interested in purchasing. Display of MLS data is usually deemed reliable but is NOT guaranteed accurate by the MLS. Buyers are responsible for verifying the accuracy of all information and should investigate the data themselves or retain appropriate professionals. Information from sources other than the Listing Agent may have been included in the MLS data. Unless otherwise specified in writing, Broker/Agent has not and will not verify any information obtained from other sources. The Broker/Agent providing the information contained herein may or may not have been the Listing and/or Selling Agent.
More About San Clemente Historic Homes
One of the benefits of buying a historic home is the tax benefits. If you are not familiar with the Mills Act and the HUGE tax savings you get if your historic home is under this program please give us a call. We have met with many historic home owners that were not aware of this program so it is well worth your time to research this great federal program. There are so many great things about buying a historic home in San Clemente. Besides all the tax benefits you would get when you buy a historic home, the charm and personality of an Ole Hanson home will bring you a lot of joy and happiness. If you are thinking about buying or selling a historic home please contact us today.
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