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Love the staircase! California Queen Anne. Circa 1891. Has guest apartment. $730,000

Own a piece of Merced’s history with the Kaehler-Rector House. The residence was built in the early 1890s designed by renowned architect Louis Wegner in the Queen Anne style. This historic gem boasts a distinctive corner tower and charming veranda that gracefully extends along the front and side of the home. Recognized as one of the finest in Merced County in 1905, the house earned its well-deserved place on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.Step into the foyer and experience a journey back in time with the grand staircase welcoming you in.

The ground floor features a classic parlor adorned with sliding pocket doors leading to the formal dining room. The kitchen, complemented by two additional dining spaces, is a perfect blend of functionality and charm. A convenient passthrough laundry area with a quarter bath adds modern convenience while maintaining the home’s character.Venture upstairs to discover three bedrooms, each accompanied by an en-suite that captures the essence of the home’s original style and era. The fourth bedroom on this level boasts an en-suite with two additional spaces ideal for a study or flexible living arrangements.For added convenience, a detached garage provides additional parking and storage. Above are (2) 1 bed/ 1 bath accessory dwelling units (ADUs). These units not only offer versatility but also present an opportunity for multigenerational living or generating passive income.

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