The graceful elegance of a bygone era sets the stage for your dream home on a huge 20,899 square foot corner lot. This A+ location, West of 7th, on the corner of 4th Street and Georgina is an enviable place to call home. An authentic California-Shingle Craftsman, meticulously crafted in 1910 by famed architect Frederick Roehrig and master builder H.X. Goetz has stood the test of time. The incredible lot is 98 x 213 square feet and includes a full-sized tennis court and grassy lawn flanked by mature privacy hedges and beautiful landscaping. The handcrafted detailing and woodwork within a generous and well-planned floorplan provide a lovely canvas to bring this century-old estate into the modern world, while maintaining its unmatched character and charm. The first floor boasts enormous rooms after guests arrive through the formal entry and adjacent coat room. A huge step-down living room with fireplace, generous formal dining room bordered by wainscotting and built-in and large family room opening out the backyard, are just where you want them for today’s lifestyle. The large kitchen features stainless steel appliances and is an excellent footprint for Buyer’s wishing to update further. A wide, graceful staircase leads upstairs to 3 large en-suite bedrooms plus a wing containing a two-room bedroom suite and sunroom with roof deck. Property may qualify for substantial tax benefits through the Mills Act with confirmation of this historic home’s Landmark status. This amazing opportunity to own a slice of Santa Monica history on a nearly half acre lot should not be missed!