Ventura Real Estate: Tour This Unique Home Built By Fred Snodgrass

by Gary and Lisa Schoeffler on February 6, 2011

in Buyers, Featured Property, Listings

Looking for a unique home? One of a kind, with a romantic history? Built by Fred Snodgrass, who was best known for dropping a fly ball that lost the 1912 World Series for the New York Giants. This house was located, on his ranch, about 1 mile further down Loma Vista than where it sits today. It was moved to Walnut by the current owner in 1978. The electrical and plumbing were updated at that time. This classic, quality home features a large living room, with a fireplace that opens onto the garden.Formal dining room with custom crown molding and built ins. Updated kitchen with a sunny breakfast room and plenty of storage. There is a large dumb waiter to the 2nd floor. Upstairs features 5 unique bedrooms each with it’s own charm. One showcases a balcony where you can sit and enjoy the ocean view along with the gorgeous sunsets. Another offers it’s own entrance and could be used a as a guest quarters.The landscaping includes various fruit and nut trees with plenty of room to entertain.

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Gary and Lisa Schoeffler are Ventura Real Estate Professionals specializing in residential real estate. Their expertise in helping both buyers and sellers is widely recognized in Ventura County. How can they assist you today? Wondering what the market is like? Call them, they will be happy to talk with you about it. 805-320-4472

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