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Julia Morgan-Designed Wilson House - An Architectural Treasure

Located in Vallejo

Style: Neoclassical Beaux-Arts

Live like a Hearst in The Wilson House.  Designed by Julia Morgan (1907) with neoclassical Beaux-Arts chalet style and Arts & Crafts features (completed in 1909). This magnificent home is one of Julia Morgan's finest residences in the First Bay Tradition and was commissioned early in her long and renowned career.  Morgan was the first woman to be admitted to the architecture program at l'École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and the first woman architect licensed in California. Morgan is best known for her work as the architect of Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California.  The home is on the National Registry of Historic Homes in California.

The Wilson House floor plan is considered a butterfly layout with equally balanced right and left wings. The impressive entry leads to an grand stairway with an orchestra landing. The public rooms are adorned with beautiful Arts & Crafts finishes. There are three fireplaces faced with handcrafted tiles designed by the Grueby Faience Company, magnificent millwork, quarter sawn oak panelling and oak parkay wood floors throughout, plus stained glass ornamental windows and bevelled glass accents. This 5 bedroom home features a huge master suite with attached bathroom that passes through to the private library and a private terrace with a view of the bay. Bathrooms with vintage touches in keeping with the style of the home.

The layout of the house is well-designed for entertaining indoors and out, and features two covered patio decks and two uncovered terraces, along with a sitting room, formal dining room and large formal living room with french doors to the rear deck area. The location at the top of the Heritage District allows wonderful views from Mare Island across to the hills in the East.

The property is covered by the Mills Act, giving it a property tax assessment far below the purchase price.

The detail of this fine example of Julia Morgan’s work must be seen to be appreciated - a true California treasure.

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Status: Off Market
5 Bed  |  3 full & 1 half Baths
List: $998,000
3,390 Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: 13,000
Built in 1909

Julia Morgan-Designed Wilson House - An Architectural Treasure

Located in Vallejo

Style: Neoclassical Beaux-Arts

Live like a Hearst in The Wilson House.  Designed by Julia Morgan (1907) with neoclassical Beaux-Arts chalet style and Arts & Crafts features (completed in 1909). This magnificent home is one of Julia Morgan's finest residences in the First Bay Tradition and was commissioned early in her long and renowned career.  Morgan was the first woman to be admitted to the architecture program at l'École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and the first woman architect licensed in California. Morgan is best known for her work as the architect of Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California.  The home is on the National Registry of Historic Homes in California.

The Wilson House floor plan is considered a butterfly layout with equally balanced right and left wings. The impressive entry leads to an grand stairway with an orchestra landing. The public rooms are adorned with beautiful Arts & Crafts finishes. There are three fireplaces faced with handcrafted tiles designed by the Grueby Faience Company, magnificent millwork, quarter sawn oak panelling and oak parkay wood floors throughout, plus stained glass ornamental windows and bevelled glass accents. This 5 bedroom home features a huge master suite with attached bathroom that passes through to the private library and a private terrace with a view of the bay. Bathrooms with vintage touches in keeping with the style of the home.

The layout of the house is well-designed for entertaining indoors and out, and features two covered patio decks and two uncovered terraces, along with a sitting room, formal dining room and large formal living room with french doors to the rear deck area. The location at the top of the Heritage District allows wonderful views from Mare Island across to the hills in the East.

The property is covered by the Mills Act, giving it a property tax assessment far below the purchase price.

The detail of this fine example of Julia Morgan’s work must be seen to be appreciated - a true California treasure.

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