Here is the rare opportunity to own a fully restored Queen Anne Victorian with a rich history that affords you a substantial property tax break* and functions like a home built in the 90s! The “Tingley House” built by J.V. Tingley, is an “A” rated structure and was originally a destination resort house in the original coastal townsite area of Redondo Beach. In 1923 it was moved to its current location. Then, underwent an extensive remodel/renovation in 1992 under the supervision of Architect Dave Olin & Associates who specialized in historical properties. At that time, the second floor which now houses the primary en-suite, office area, lounge area, and wrap-around storage bays, was built within the existing attic/roofline with the addition of roof dormers. Additionally, an entirely new foundation was poured in place as well as new electrical, plumbing, and heating. All structural members of the home are original growth redwood. In 2019 an air conditioning system was added and the kitchen was remodeled with an ode to the home’s original architecture and add modern conveniences such as quartz countertops, top of the line appliances that include a Thermador cooktop and double oven with warmer, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and Bosch dishwasher and air conditioning were installed. Stunning hand-crafted stained glass can be admired in most rooms accentuating the 11’ tall ceilings. Outside of the kitchen is a small enclosed patio, small storage shed, and dog run. This home is nestled in the heart of one of South Redondo’s most coveted neighborhoods that provide for a lifestyle of walking or biking to the beach or pier, enjoying tree-lined streets, as well as the convenience of living just blocks from Whole Foods and other fine dining and retail. New carpet and fully refinished wood floors have just been installed. For more information on the tax benefits offered through the Mills Act please contact the city of Redondo Beach and do your due diligence. This is not an opportunity to be missed!
Updated on May 9, 2022 at 3:59 pm