Reduced to sell, bring your offer. At the peak of the prestigious historic walking district of Bankers Hill, this one of a kind 1926 Italian Palladian home reflects the neo-classical symmetry and grandeur of 16th century Andrea Palladio’s architectural vision. While it could be found alongside the grand villas of Lake Como, San Diego is proud to claim it. Mills Act property savings. See Supplemental.
Posted: 6/13/2017
Listing Agent/Office: Michael R. Bates RMS, Bennion Deville Homes
Special Features
STORIES : 2 Story
LAUNDRY LOCATION : Closet Full Sized,On Upper Level
HEATING : Natural Gas
COOLING : N/K
GARAGE SPACES : 2
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