110 Arlington Ave, Kensington, CA 94707

4 beds3 baths3,202 sqft Edit

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Sold: $1,250,000
Sold on 08/30/13
Zestimate®: $1,436,519
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Polish This Jewel! Welcome to the grace & charm of this Mediterranean diamond in-the-rough. This architecturally notable property features elegant Mediterranean style and details, along with park-like gardens. Built in 1927, 110 Arlington affords a welcome retreat from the everyday hustle & bustle, lending itself easily to gracious living & entertaining, in a peaceful & sylvan setting. The house is surrounded by expansive grounds, with meandering paths, established trees, and a lily/koi pond alongside a shaded summer studio. An original old stone fireplace accentuates the outdoor setting. Now a true ?gem in the rough?, with its fine bones & beautiful features of yesteryear, here is a rare opportunity to restore the manor to its original magnificence, and create a distinctive and stately home, with magically serene gardens to match. Add the amenities of a modern lifestyle, and you have a cherished dream home, a work of domicile artistry. There is great potential here. 110 Arlington is ready and waiting for you to bring TLC and your restorative energies! 4++ Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths Main Level: ¨ Gracious entryway¨ Original arched wooden entry door w/ side-light windows ¨ Hardwood floors ¨ Spacious living/reception room features a prominent fireplace. Multiple arched floor-length windows afford serene outlooks to gardens. High ceiling w/ crown molding accent. Elegant recessed bookshelves mirror the arched windows throughout the room. ¨ Main level features gorgeous arched hardwood passageways betw living room, entry hall, and dining room spaces. ¨ Hardwood stairs & wrought iron railing follow a double-turn staircase, opening to a generous landing on the upper level. ¨ Formal dining room features more floor-length arched windows & sailing ship-motif sconces. ¨ Sunny, south-facing breakfast room w/ built-in shelves adjoins the kitchen. Pantry nook offers add?l storage space. ¨ Au pair suite w/ full bathroom & view to rear gardens. Upper level: ¨ 3 bedrooms, including a generously proportioned master w/ adjoining sunroom/office. ¨ Hardwood floors ¨ 2 bathrooms Lower Level: ¨ Office/studio ¨ Rumpus/family room, storage, and separate entrance to gardens & driveway ¨ Half bathroom ¨ Laundry hookups Outdoors: ¨ Gently sloping gardens & pathways ¨ Newer 2?Car garage, with its own French doors to a private deck! ¨ Summer Studio ¨ Lily/Koi Pond ¨ Mature trees ¨ Living Space: 3,202 sqft. Lot Size: 18,480 sqft. Per Assessor?s Records ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The Mediterranean style is heavily influenced by the architecture of Spain, Italy, Morocco, Greece & Majorca. In the 1920?s the wealthy traveled extensively, fell in love with the architecture of those countries and were eager to replicate it here in the United States, especially California & Florida. It was common for the Mediterranean style homes to be built with fixtures & architectural elements imported from Seville & Tunisia, ceramic tiles often came from Europe, not Mexico. Another major influence was the similarity of the climates of California & the Mediterranean; many Mediterranean plant varieties were imported: cypress, olive, citrus, rosemary, lavender & thyme, to name a few. This also introduced pergolas, loggias, patios & terraces and encouraged the desire for dining & entertaining outdoors. Some common features of Mediterranean style architecture: These homes are generally symmetrical & simple, often two-story buildings with low-pitched hipped roofs with red tile. Decorative brackets under eaves are often seen. Stucco exterior walls. Stucco is breathable, sustainable, and fire resistant. Other features you'll find are heavy carved wooden doors, and arches above windows, doors, and even porches. Ornate low leaf carvings highlight arches, columns, window surrounds, cornices & parapets. Many of these homes have decorative vents on the exterior of them. Niches are common. Chimney tops may be elaborate. Loggias and arcades are present. There is often extensive use  More Less 


  • Lot: 0.42 acres
  • Single Family
  • Built in 1927
  • Views: 1,538 all time views
  • Heating: Other
  • Last sold: Aug 2013 for $1,250,000
  • Last sale price/sqft: $390


  • Parking: Garage - Detached, 2 spaces, 528 sqft


      • Construction quality:
        Provided by the county assessor, this grade is based on a scale that varies by market. For more information, or to update the grade, contact the county assessor's office.
      • Exterior material: Stucco
      • Roof type: Tile
      • Room count: 9
      • Stories: 2
      • Unit count: 1


      • Floor size: 3,202 sqft
      • Last remodel year: 1927
      • Parcel #: 5721820107
      • Zillow Home ID: 18551842

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      Zillow predicts 94707 home values will rise 3.3% next year, compared to a 1.6% increase for Kensington as a whole. Among 94707 homes, this home is valued 41.8% more than the midpoint (median) home, but is valued 31.2% less per square foot.

      Foreclosures will be a factor impacting home values in the next several years. In 94707, the number of foreclosures waiting to be sold is 433.3% higher than in Kensington, and 84.8% lower than the national average. This higher local number may prevent 94707 home values from rising as quickly as other regions in Kensington.

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