Built in 1905, this historic Carmel home has been completely renovated and updated, yet retains and captures the original spirit of this special home. The home was designed and originally built by famed photographer, Arnold Genthe, who is known for his famous photographs of Chinatown during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, among others. Cozy, warm, inviting, and updated throughout, this home will capture your heart from the moment you enter. Situated on a large double lot in the heart of Carmel, you will have ample room to enjoy both indoor and outdoor spaces. In addition to the main home, there’s a spacious guest house with one full bedroom, as well as an adjoining twin bed room and full bath. The entire property is filled with Carmel charm, from the original redwood log posts on the veranda, to the charming outdoor fireplace and patio that beckons a nice glass of wine with family and friends. You’re just three blocks from the beach, and five from Ocean Avenue downtown. Completely accessible to everything in Carmel, you’ll find it to be extremely private and quiet.
The main home features three comfortable bedrooms and three full baths (two King bedrooms and one Queen bedroom). The Guest House offers one King bedroom, a two-twin trundle bed, and a full bath.
- 2 Fireplaces 1 Indoor & 1 Outdoor
- Close to Carmel Beach
- Close to Downtown Carmel
- Driveway Off Street Parking with ample street parking
- Flat Screen TV's
- Large Outdoor Patio with BBQ Area
- Open Front Porch
- Outdoor Patio & Deck
- Outdoor Shower