Feast your eyes on the famous Pink Lady of Eureka, California.
She is currently up for sale so let’s go ogling!
This beautiful lady dates back to 1889 and has 4,560 interior square feet with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The property is set on a 0.3 acre lot and is priced at $1,290,000.
Currently it is used as a private home, but it also is zoned commerical so it could be used as a business, vacation rental, or a multitude of other ventures.
Look at the handsome pocket doors:
And with doors open:
Isn’t that neat?
Recent restorations to the home include: new bathrooms and restored moldings, woodwork, stained glass, and decorative fireplaces.
More pocket doors:
And with the doors open:
House Crazy Sarah loves that the Realtor took open and closed door photos!
House Crazy Sarah so loves it all. Except for the 1970’s rusty-orange carpet. That nasty stuff needs to go bye-bye and has no place in this grand Victorian.
Are there hardwood floors hiding under that murderous carpet?
Only God and dead people know for sure.
Have a look at the Victorian kitchen:
Sure it has cheap-o modern applicances but the cool thing is that it’s still the original kitchen footprint – closed off from the rest of the house with high ceilings and a butler’s pantry.
Below is the formal dining room:
And in a welcome break from the blood-orange carpet…
…the cool, calm, soothing mint green sunroom.
Let’s have a look at some of the bedrooms.
House Crazy Sarah loves the corner turret with views of Humboldt Bay.
Can you picture a languid Victorian lass reclining on the pink fainting couch?
Check out one of the bathrooms:
Remodeled but with definite Victorian flair!
The attic is unfinished, but look how intriguing it is:
She is a stunner, inside and out!
The property actually encompasses a quarter block of professionally landscaped yard.
Plus, there is a detached finished carriage house that has been developed into two separate commercial spaces.
How fun would it be to have an olde time candy shoppe in there?
The Pink Lady is a stand-out among other incredible Victorian houses in this northern California town.
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