I recently finished a house history for a lovely crafstman style bungalow in the Alhambra Triangle. Never heard of the Alhambra Triangle? Neither had I, truth be told. It’s a small area east of 30th Street around S and T streets. Think the Natural Foods Co-op area.
Otherwise, it’s been a lot of dodging […]
Photo courtesy of Taunton Press
We love the charm and character of old houses. We can imagine Rockwell-style celebrations at the hearth and licking ice cream cones while sitting on sturdy front porches. It’s not just that these houses have unique designs or were built in a time when the best materials were used […]
Hey local Sacramento folks! I’ll be at the Sacramento Old City Home Tour on Sunday to hand out flyers for Sac Historic House. Be sure to stop by and say hello. Here is the flyer for the event. Hope to see you there!
Charming house I researched this month – it’s for sale too, wish I could afford to buy it!
On September 15, I’ll be raising my house history research rates to a flat $300. Until then, I’m still offering the introductory rate of $125. So if you have a house in the East Sac, Land […]
Someday I would like to own a little house on a leafy lane with a garden in the back and a porch in front. It will have built-in shelves, a swinging door to the kitchen, a hallway lined with family photos, and a dining room with a charming chandelier. The bathroom will be tiled […]