Single-Family Home, Tudor - Riverside, CA
If you're looking for a piece of Riverside history, look no further. This classic 3 story Tudor, designed by Henry Jekel, is registered as Riverside Landmark #119. Built in 1927, it is known as the Walter Banks House. The interior of this home boasts classic Jekel style with arched doorways, open beam ceilings, a stained glass window, and hardwood flooring. In the grand sunken living room you'll find exposed beam ceilings in the room framed by large windows. Just past the living room, notice the bonus space which is perfect for reading,yoga, or an office. The window wall in this space has great views of the back yard and the park beyond. The oak hardwood floors are throughout the home and feature a walnut inlay by the fireplace. A tastefully updated kitchen fits in perfectly with the feel of the home and opens onto a breakfast patio and deck. The formal dining room is generously sized and also has french doors that open onto the back deck that overlooks the 4-level backyard with stucco block and wrought iron fencing. The entryway includes an original half bath, large walk-in coat closet and stained glass window at the bottom of an open second floor stairway. All 3 of the large bedrooms are upstairs and feature multiple balconies, and large closet space. Don't miss the original mural by artist, Carl Ruhnau as you come down the stairs. More unique features include a large laundry room in the basement, connected by laundry chute to all floors, a separate workshop, and 2-car garage.
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