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Property Details: Paul R. Williams Designed Ocean View on National Register     


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Paul R. Williams Designed Ocean View on National Register
243 Avenida La Cuesta
San Clemente, CA
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Price: $3,420,000
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3.5
Square Feet: 4,800
Lot Description/Acreage:
28,400 with great ocean views
Year Built:
1928 for Adlai Goldschmidt, vintner/distiller, land owner
Architect/Builder:
Paul R. Williams, AIA "Architect of the Hollywood Stars"
Architectural Style:
Spanish Colonial Revival
(c.1880-1940)
 
Contact Information
Name: Dena Van Slyke
Phone: 949-233-7982 or 949 233-7982
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Property History
The Goldschmidt brothers were Jews who fled Germany in 1880 and came to Los Angeles where they were very successful distilling wine, whiskey and rye. They bought 11 thousand acres from Marcos Forster in South Orange County for future vineyards but after Prohibition, the Goldschmidts sold their land to Hamilton Cotton (owned the Western White House) who partnered with Ole Hanson to develop the town of San Clemente, "The Spanish Village by the Sea". The Goldschmidt's house in LA and their neighbor's, the Forster's, were designed by Paul R. Williams, the world renowned African American Architect from USC who was known as the "Architect of the Stars" for having built homes for many Hollywood film actors. Adlai Goldschmidt had Paul Williams design this spectacular, weekend beach home for him in 1928. In 2004 it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been beautifully restored and maintained by five owners.
 
Property Description
Own a Historic Legacy! This 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival home with great ocean - Catalina Island views, designed by Gold Medal Winner, Paul R. Williams, AIA has been beautifully restored. Step back in history with grand, 11 foot coffered ceilings in the living room, original oak floors throughout and picket tiles in entry, arched windows and doorways, 17 rooms including a round library, hidden wet bar, and maid's quarters plus four balconies, red tile roofs and 90 year old palm and eucalyptus trees, bougainvillea and succulents grace the landscape. Lots of closets and cabinets make living here full time a breeze.
 
Additional Notes
This property is on the Mills Act which significantly reduces property taxes. Current tax is only $6,000/year and transfers with ownership.
Last Updated: October 3, 2017
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