The were built mostly from the 1920s through the 1930s.
Have You Ever Heard of Earll Place?
A lot of historic home shoppers have not, It’s because this neighborhood is comprised of just a very small pocket of homes. But, if it’s an old home you want, you’ll find a nice mix of historic Bungalows, English Tudors, Spanish Colonials, and Pueblo Revivals from the 1920s and 1930s. It’s kind of an unknown neighborhood due to its size, but its homes wreak an epitome of character, charm and originality. These homes are definitely worth checking out as their age a home styles are as vintage as they get.
What’s the Square Footage of Earll Place Historic Homes?
Some of these homes have their original square footage of around 1,000 square feet. And, others appear compact from the street but have been expanded with a master bedroom and bath adding almost double the square footage. And, all homes are built on deep lots, many with garages and guest houses while still maintaining good backyard space.
Common Home Features in Earll Place:
Original Hardwood Floors
High, Coved Ceilings
Tons of Original, Custom Built-Ins like shelves, drawers and kitchen cabinets