A rare opportunity to purchase a tangible piece of San Diego history. The Edward and Blanche Gibson house, built by master craftsman Alexander Schreiber in 1917, is the only example of a Japanese Craftsman in Burlingame.
The home has been lovingly upgraded with unwavering respect for the period, including a completely renovated kitchen with an 8-burner Viking stove, built-in Viking refrigerator and soapstone countertops. Enjoy the first-floor main bedroom with a large walk-in closet and bathroom, complete with dual-head shower, Zellige subway tile and marble countertops. The backyard living area is a San Diego dream with a built-in BBQ, pergola, gas firepit and shower. The home is in a fantastic location, a short distance to all that South and North Park have to offer and in the McKinley school district. The home is designated historical, and the new owners will enjoy the Mills Act for significant property tax savings.