Spanish Style Home Full of Romance and Character

Spanish Style Home Full of Romance and Character

A Spanish style home full of romance and ageless character for the Valentine in you.  Located adjacent to the California Heights historical district in the city of Signal HIll is this classic Spanish charmer.  The turquoise awning and flared roofline caught my attention.

Check out the welcoming entrance with tiled garden court.  Head inside and find a cozy period fireplace with a wall of built-ins and home sweet home decorating to show off in and make you want to call it your own.

Original oak hardwood floors.  Period light fixtures.  Cutest retro cottage kitchen with retro flooring and vintage stove.  Remodeled bathroom with period finishes. What is not to love?  We have to look.

Spanish Style Home Full of Romance and Character

Entrance 3312 Orange Ave Signal Hill, CA

Love the colorful tiles on the steps and warm tiles in the front entrance courtyard.

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I didn’t expect to see this cute vintage kitchen.

Kitchen 3312 Orange Ave Signal Hill, CA

Kitchen retro appliance 3312 Orange Signal Hill CA for saleHope the retro double oven and buffet come with the sale of the house and if not for gosh sake’s negotiate.  I’ll take the spindled chair and retro trimline phone too.

Ceiling light fixture 3312 Orange Ave Signal Hill CA for saleI am not sure what room this ceiling fixture is in, but this Spanish style house has period pieces throughout giving it the character and romance.

Newly on the market and priced to sell for $459,000. If only this scrumptious Spanish style home wasn’t in California and so far away.  It’s just right.

Want to wrap your arms around it and say Be Mine?  Get the details on Trulia.

6 Responses to Spanish Style Home Full of Romance and Character

  1. I love Spanish style homes – they are quite common in my little town.

    That kitchen is so cute with the checkerboard floor and the vintage stove.

    $459,000 is quite cheap for a house in that style in California. Signal Hill is not a prime location. It is near Long Beach where that same house would probably be over $1 million.

    We have friends who live on a lake in Minnesota. Oddly enough, there historic home is Spanish style. I have always wondered who built it and how they came to build Spanish style in the north.
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    • I know California is expensive, but the house prices still amaze me. I am jealous of areas that have this house style. So interesting about the Spanish style home especially in Minnesota.

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