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Home of The Month – A Summer Palace

Photos courtesy of Keller Williams San Diego Central Coastal
Photos courtesy of Keller Williams San Diego Central Coastal
Photos courtesy of Keller Williams San Diego Central Coastal

Referred to as the “Downton Abbey of Coronado,” this historic property is one of Coronado’s most palatial estates. The ivy-covered, French-Tudor mansion is a flawless presentation of old-world charm and elegance. Meticulously maintained and carefully modernized, each room is a luxurious and delightful step back in time. Large gathering spaces with exquisite plaster fretwork, wood tray ceilings, tiled fireplaces and floor-to-ceiling windows overlook tiled courtyards and manicured gardens.

Details

Address: 711 A Ave., Coronado

Sold: $13.3 million, June 17, 2016

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Listing Agent: Joseph Lerner of Keller Williams San Diego Central Coastal

Buyer’s Agent: John Bell of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

Built: 1926

Square Feet: 14,000

Parking: Eight, gated non-garage

Lot Size: 0.75 acres

Beds: 11 with three optional

Baths: Thirteen full, six half

Features: Grand wooden staircase, artistic archways, styled gables, dormer windows, beveled glass, sterling silver electric and bathroom fixtures, Delft tiled fireplaces, detailed handiwork, carved wood doors and panels, ornamental ceiling treatments, rare wallpaper, walnut-paneled living room, hidden doorways, private stairwell to the wine cellar, caretaker suites, separate service entry, elevator, dumbwaiter, original period updated appliances, third-floor Chinese room, basement, finished attic, sunrooms, covered balconies and a pergola-covered path through the gardens.

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