86 never looked as good as it does on this Classic Spanish Stucco located in the heart of San Pedro! It was beautiful when it was originally crafted in 1936 and the passage of time has only made this home prettier with age. This special home has only been sold once in it's lifetime and it's two owners have kept the tradition of maintaining this home without destroying the 1930's craftsmanship. As you approach and make your way up the front pathway through the inviting courtyard you'll be captivated by the beautiful front entry door with it's wrought iron detail and panels that open up to let the ocean breezes whisk through. Upon entering you'll notice the hardwood floors that run throughout this home and have just been refinished in a warm expresso stain. Formal entry hall leads you to the spacious living room that features a decorative fireplace, arched display niches and plenty of windows to enjoy the fabulous views of the city lights, mountains, Vincent Thomas Bridge and LA Harbor. Next is the formal dining room that is adjacent to the quaint 1930s kitchen featuring white cabinetry, original ceramic tile counters wand stainless steel appliances. The hall bath has been carefully maintained over the years with the thought of keeping the 1930s charm in place. There's a primary bedroom with an ensuite 3/4 bath featuring a large beautifully tiled walk-in shower. Secondary bedroom is decent sized and the third bedroom that features natural wood wainscotting, coffered ceiling and a built-in desk is best suited as a home office. The service porch off the kitchen is where you'll find the laundry equipment and an attractive door that opens to the rear yard. Rear yard is low maintenance and includes a wonderful deck area with built-in seating, a concrete fire table, accent lighting, bistro lights and a new TV to create a very inviting atmosphere. It's the perfect spot to relax after a hard days work and also makes a great space for weekend entertaining. Interior access to the walk-in basement that makes for a great wine cellar. Important amenities include the original door knobs, central heating, dual-pane wood-frame windows and copper plumbing. There's a two car garage at the rear of the lot with alley access and with the zoning being RD1.5, adding another unit PLUS an ADU might be possible (buyer to verify with local government agencies). This truly is a chance to own not just a home but a piece of San Pedro's history. Don't miss it!
Listing courtesy of Listing Agent: Gary Krill (email@example.com) from Listing Office: Compass.
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