This lovingly restored 3,929-square-foot home overlooks the ocean, and is one of the few remaining examples of Italianate-style architecture in Coronado.
The original owner of the home, built in 1911, faithfully served in the U.S. Navy. The historic residence encompasses the charm and character of a stately era when Coronado became a destination of the era’s rich and famous.
Its first owner was Rear Admiral Uriel Sebree, who played a significant role in the Navy and later became one of Coronado’s foremost citizens. It was designed by William Sterling Hubbard, one of San Diego’s most notable architects, and is 18th in line for Mills Act historic designation.
With five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms in the main house, plus two bedrooms and one bathroom in the detached guesthouse, the home features gorgeous original hardwood floors, box-beam ceilings, custom millwork, and much more. Rolling lawns offer panoramic whitewater views from Mexico to Point Loma on the approximately 10,400-square-foot lot.