This Authentic Victorian house style in Huntington Beach, California is on the market for $2 million and for good reason. Originally built in the 1980s, the house was redone in 2005 and is reported to be “Authentic Victorian inside and out.”
Significant two-tiered turreted balconies gives this Victorian a dollhouse look. The gingerbread was imported. Two-and-a-half block away ocean views can been seen from same-said balconies. The house has “furniture and designs purchased in England,” per Orange County Register.
Located at 309 21st Street in Huntington Beach, there are 3 bedrooms and 3-1/2 bathrooms. I have to say it again, Victorian houses are eye candy.
Front parlor with replica pot belly stove.
Distressed Oak Plank Flooring.
Formal dining room with Victorian-era wainscoting, chandelier and medallion.
A kitchen with personality that is not a look-alike has Victorian Heartland appliances, metal tile back-splash, granite counters, and the cabinets are by Downsview. I am looking at the refrigerator, stove, and built-in double ovens and it’s all Yum.
Gooood Morning Vic-tor-i-an! Opposite view kitchen shows the New Zealand teak butcher block island top, triple crown moulding, and imported custom tin ceiling as seen here and below.
Patio/courtyard with tumbled pavers.
Master Bedroom of which there are two master bedroom suites.
Showing one of the three full bathrooms.
Stained glass panels are throughout the house.
One of the many ocean views.
Killer Home Theater with 7 tiered recliners.
There is so much more to see and know about this pretty painted lady, eye candy, Victorian house. You can enjoy the virtual tour at the link below and see more rooms like the laundry room etc., at the Zillow and Trulia links below.
Trulia: Virtual Tour
See a parade of Victorians at Victorian Houses are Eye Candy
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