Situated on a stunning four-acre parcel in the Alta Mesa neighborhood, and steps from historic downtown Monterey, the significance and character of this estate is truly incomparable. Built in 1817 by Don Manuel Boronda during the Spanish imperial period, and known to be the first private residence in Monterey, “Casa Boronda” consists of three separate structures in addition to immaculate grounds that offer endless entertainment options. The well-appointed living spaces include the main historic adobe, the carriage house, and the guest cabin known as “Casa Vaquero”. Other highlights include a spectacular courtyard rose garden complete with architectural water fountain, expansive strolling lawns, and many more outdoor seating vignettes for dining and relaxation in the shade of mature oaks, cypresses, and pines. This is a rare lifestyle opportunity to own an authentic and matchless piece of California history.
Updated on October 20, 2022 at 3:13 pm