by COLBY ARRINGTON, PSIR MARKETING, published 06/21/2018

The year is 1908. It was the year Henry Ford introduced the Model T Ford at a cost of $825, it was the first time a ball signifying the New Year dropped in Times Square, Theodore Roosevelt was President and the average wage was 22 cents an hour. It was also the year that respected and renowned San Diego Judge Alfred Haines built his stately Craftsman home, now regarded as one of the finest preserved homes standing in downtown.

Located at 2470 E Street, this 6 bedroom, 5 bathroom, 5300+ square foot property with off-street parking for eight to ten cars, rich in history yet meticulously updated by its current owners, is listed for sale at $2,789,500.

Situated on a beautifully oversized landscaped lot, surrounded by mature trees and gardens in a lovely traditional neighborhood, here is a rare opportunity to own a piece of San Diego’s past. Unlike anything on the market today, this pristine six bedroom, five bathroom property is over 5,500 square feet and offers original architectural details which have been finely restored, including rich hardwood flooring, wainscoting, and dark wood paneling all polished to perfection.

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