This historic Boulevard Park masterpiece recently underwent a 2-year rehabilitation to restore the quintessential attributes of the Craftsman Era, while adding modern essentials. Unrivaled, this residence is on the Sacramento Historical Registry and originally served as the home for Clinton L. White, notable litigator, and Sacramento Mayor from 1908 -09. Extensively renovated in 2020, every detail was carefully considered from the restoration of the original craftsman features, to the energy efficiency and functionality. The tasteful addition of a new mud room, open concept kitchen, upstairs laundry and luxurious primary en-suite add modern conveniences while preserving historical integrity. Sophisticated finishes include imported custom grated cabinet doors, quartzite counters, marble floors, spa-worthy shower with dual heads and soaking tub, custom cabinetry, and so much more. Additionally, this incomparable home has been structurally retrofitted and upgraded with new electrical, insulation, dual HVAC systems, dual tankless water heaters, plumbing and an EV charger. The basement and attic can be finished for even more living space. Recently awarded the distinctive honor of the BPNA host holiday house, this remarkable home continues to serve as a beacon of the community.
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