4471 4th street Riverside
1910 Square Feet
Sitting proudly in the Historic Colony Heights neighborhood, adjacent to “Bankers Row” and Indian Hill, sits the Frank W. Parsons house at 4471 Fourth street. A fine example of Mission Revival and Arts and Crafts architecture, built by Albert Schliem. This home has been lovingly maintained for over 100 years and shows incredible curb appeal with a 50k recent exterior restoration, including preservation and rejuvenation of the hand thrown stucco, fresh paint in gorgeous contrasting colors, matching Spanish tile along the front steps and wrapped around the porch. The solid oak “Dutch-Door” is an example of master craftsmanship at almost 4 ft wide. Most of the original details that make this style home so desirable are still intact, including quarter sawn oak floors, unpainted wood bookcases, pocket doors and lead glass buffet built-ins just to name a few. The large dining room opens to the living room with a river rock fireplace and French doors that open to the back porch. The kitchen has been tastefully remodeled, keeping with the era of the home, and features a darling breakfast nook, walk-in pantry and enclosed laundry. Two bedrooms are on the first floor with a full-size bathroom. Upstairs you will find a huge Master suite and half bath. The back yard is spacious with patio space, luscious green grass and large shade tree. Alley access to two car garage and RV parking. Walking distance to historic Fairmount Park, Mt Rubidoux and all the entertainment and restaurants Downtown has to offer. Homes in this neighborhood are highly coveted and rarely come on the market, you don’t want to miss this opportunity!