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Golden Hill Historical
Office / Residential Site

San Diego

The Kahle Residence – Historical Site No. 154
1058 21st Street

San Diego 92102

An Office/Residential Historical Site No. 154 in Prime Golden Hill.

SOLD

Sold Recap:

Ivan Del Muro-Garcia and Eric von Bluecher successfully represented the seller in the sale of “The Kahle Residence,” a historic property in the Golden Hill neighborhood of San Diego, California. This vernacular-style home was originally constructed as a single-family residence and later converted into an office space, operating seamlessly for over 35 years. Despite the building’s age, it remained well maintained throughout multiple decades of ownership. We executed our full marketing plan, officially launching the listing on 07/01/2023, resulting in being under-contract within 30 days of hitting the market. Despite a prolonged escrow period at the seller’s request, the property successfully sold for $1,196,000 or $638.88 per square foot on January 5, 2024.

  • Asking Price: $1,250,000
  • Closed Price: $1,196,000
  • Age of Building: 1904
  • Mills Act Eligibility
  • Located in Prime Golden Hill, Minutes from Downtown San Diego and

For more information, please contact us below!

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

The 1058 21st St Historic Residence offers a unique vernacular-style home that was converted into an office space over 35 years ago. This property consists of four upstairs bedrooms and two downstairs spacious living/sitting rooms – all currently utilized as office spaces. It also features two half bathrooms (No shower), a dining room, an additional storage room being used as a file room, a backyard patio alongside a 2-car garage, and a kitchen that has no oven. Spanning across 1,872 square feet of livable or rentable space, this historical property is eligible for the Mills Act, giving ownership the opportunity to take advantage of substantial property tax savings. The house features a straightforward box-shaped structure, complemented by a hip roof and protruding porches, combining influences from colonial revival and classical revival architectural styles. This design represents a vernacular approach that emerged shortly after the beginning of the 20th century, subtly foreshadowing the modern architectural trends that would later emerge. Notably, the house holds historical importance as it was constructed by three unmarried women who played a distinctive role in the growth and progress of San Diego. Golden Hill boasts a lively atmosphere with a variety of local shops, trendy cafes, and restaurants. The neighborhood has a strong sense of community, with regular events and festivals that bring residents together.

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