House of Week; 1263 Silverado Street

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“The Little Blue House” c. 1909

The James A. “Squire” Wilson (builder of the Cabrillo Hotel) Spec. House #1. Historical Landmark No. 941 located in the Village of La Jolla. $300k+ restoration completed in 2009. Two bedrooms/two baths; 1,182 sq feet.Expansion possibilities exist as well! Mills Act presently allows for annual
taxes of $2,592. Large 5,750 square foot lot in the Village. A rare offering of a restored beach cottage that is a treasure to enjoy
for years to come.

Offered at $1,859,000

John Tolerico
Prudential CA Realty
858-876-4672
www.TheLittleBlueHouseLaJolla.com

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