This property is one of the most exquisite examples of Santa Barbara's Mission Revival Architecture, restored to its current historic beauty. Originally known as Crocker Row House Number 5, the original was built for William H. Crocker, economic and political heavyweight with railroad and gold holdings. The most notable residential example of Mission Revival in Santa Barbara is Crocker Row (1894-95) located in the 2000 block of Garden Street.This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the next steward of this amazing property.
|Lot Sq. Ft.:||15,681 Sq.Ft.|
|Proximity:||Near Bus, Near Hospital, Near Ocean, Near Park(s), Near School(s), Near Shopping|
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