1893 Queen Anne Brehaut House Sells for $2.5M in Alameda, California

1893 Queen Anne Brehaut House Sells for $2.5M in Alameda, California

SOLD | Built 1893 | 2,871 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 2.5+ Baths | 0.17 Acres
2070 San Jose Avenue, Alameda, California, United States, 94501
Touted as one of the most photographed and most celebrated Victorian homes in Alameda, California, the Brehaut House has sold over asking for $2.5 million after hitting the market for $2.37 million in May. Built in 1893, this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home with full unfinished basement was lovingly restored by the current owners to preserve original details including stained-glass windows, Anaglypta wall coverings, and pocket doors. They also added hand-painted crown moldings and medallions, dressing every room with richly toned Bradbury & Bradbury wallpapers. Notable updates to the home include electrical, on-demand water heater, foundation, roof, and front porch. The sunny eat-in kitchen was redesigned for modern convenience. The large backyard garden is apropos of the era with Victorian-knot hedges, roses, etc. leading to a detached two-car garage. The Brehaut House was on the market for $2.37 million with Elizabeth Rush of Keller Williams Realty.
















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