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Riverside Area Single Family Home

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3014 Pine Street Riverside, CA 92501

3 Bed
1.2 Baths
3052 sqft
Located in the North Hills Historic District, this stunning Normandy-style home was designed by renowned architect Henry Jekel. The home known as The Harbor was built in 1931 for the Parker family who incorporated several nautical features throughout the home such as the small porthole shaped windows, elaborate sailing ship motif weathervane and shutters. The original signature Jekel leaded glass windows, solid wood doors with hammered knobs and decorative over-sized hinges, hardwood floors and copper gutters have all been historically maintained. The grand living room has a massive stone fireplace, large cross beams, original chandelier and a second story high ceiling. The impressive formal dining will welcome your evening dinner guests with beautiful hand carved wood paneling, built-in buffet and dry bar. There are three en suite bedrooms. The private master suite located on the first floor occupies the south wing of the home. On the North wing of the first floor is a bedroom originally used as the servants quarters. Upstairs is a small room with a leaded glass window, charming guest bedroom, remodeled bathroom and large cedar lined closet. The home has an additional 450 SF (approx.) finished basement that is accessed from the outside and is an ideal space for a game room. The nearly 1/2 acre property has beautiful mature landscaping, flagstone patio courtyard, spa, gazebo, groundskeepers 1/2 bathroom and small citrus orchard. Designated as City Structure of Merit #206.
Listing Courtesy of CRMLS / Riverside / Sarah A. Smith
$ 554,000
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Riverside Area Single Family Home

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4625 Glenwood Drive Riverside, CA 92501

4 Bed
2.1 Baths
2405 sqft
Bigelow’s Bungalow #8211; cited in Joan H. Hall’s Cottages, Colonials and Community Places of Riverside, California. Located on Mt. Rubidoux in the prestigious Huntington Park Subdivision, this rustic California Bungalow was built by George Tyler Bigelow in 1911. This was one of the original residential buildings constructed on Mt. Rubidoux. Designed by architect Lester Moore, this home features tall windows to capture the exquisite views of the downtown skyline and the mountains beyond. The home also boasts a spacious front porch extending across the front of the house where you can enjoy the spectacular views and afternoon breezes. Pieces of granite quarried from the mountain during the blasting that was necessary to level the foundation of the home were used to create the winding stairways, retaining walls and patio terraces surrounding the home. Hardwood floors and beautiful wood work that surround the two separate wood burning fireplaces are among the quality finish work displayed in this unique home. A large Butler’s Pantry connects the large formal dining room to the kitchen and laundry room. A beautiful glass pocket door separates the dining room from the large living room, both with expansive views. Newer roof and the electrical panel has been completely updated. The large basement provides excellent storage and the large gives ample parking. This home is walking distance to Mt. Rubidoux, Ryan Bonominio Park, Fairmount Park, and hiking and biking trails.
Listing Courtesy of CRMLS / DWELL REAL ESTATE / Kristen Grigsby