Additionally, the property comprises a detached two-car garage, generous walk-in closets, abundant storage, a full basement, a rooftop deck, and unobtrusive underground utilities. This 1935 estate has been recognized in the Citywide Historic Research Survey as a significant example of pre-World War II residential development. It’s “5S3” historic status code can also be attributed to the home’s classic Spanish Colonial Revival-style architecture and distinctive design details which pose potential for eligibility as a Mills Act residence. Resting on fee land (privately owned), and a casual stroll from Ruth Hardy Park, upscale eateries, high-end boutiques, and the casino, this opulent home affords unparalleled walkability on a tranquil, charming street. Palm Springs’ reputation as a premier vacation and second-home destination makes this offering a savvy investment, with the opportunity to apply for a coveted Short-Term Rental license within the Movie Colony enclave (which caps at 20%).
Located at Orange County’s southern-most end, nearly equidistant to Los Angeles and San Diego, the special stretch of land known as San Clemente has been a cherished destination for decades with its long stretches of beach and rolling hills. While home to more than 64,000 residents, world-class dining and shopping, San Clemente has managed its growth and maintained its charm over the course of 100 years with thoughtfully planned communities, parks, recreation and cultural attractions.
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