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2.18 acres in Ventura County, California

301 E Virginia Terrace, Santa Paula, California 93060 - Ventura County
$1,195,000 2.18 Acres
5 beds 6 Bathrooms 5823 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 3198446

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Step back 106 years in time and immerse yourself in the luxurious tranquility and privacy offered by this 2.18 acre historic family estate built for Nathan Blanchard, Jr. a member of Santa Paula's founding family. Of the 2,700 acres once owned by the Blanchard family, these are the surroundings in which three generations chose to live. This beautiful 4,571 sf, 5 bedroom, 5 bath Craftsman style custom built home enveloped in fragrant awe inspiring botanicals, commands one of the most spectacular views of the Santa Clara River Valley and mountains. The Blanchard's called this home, and for the past 25 years, under the loving stewardship of Dr. & Mrs. Fran Larsen, the estates classic beauty has been preserved and gracefully polished for today's lifestyle. Featured in Sunset Magazine in the 1950's and awarded New West Symphony's 1991 Design House of the Year, this venerable gated property boasts rose gardens, two tea houses, lawn tennis court, cascading waterscape, avocado orchard, 40 x 20 swimming pool, pool house, Jacuzzi, outdoor barbeque, recreation room, gourmet kitchen, three fireplaces and much more. This splendor now awaits the next great family to carry on the tradition.

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