Pacific Grove Real Estate - Ocean View Victorian for Sale in Pacific Grove's Old Retreat Area
Pacific Grove Ocean View Victorian for Sale in Old Retreat Area
489 Laurel Ave.
MLS# Coming Soon
Multi Family Residential
Square feet: 3125 sq. ft.
Call Mark Bruno with the Monterey Peninsula Home Team to see if this property is still available and to set up an appointment (831) 626-2277
You will love this Pacific Grove Victorian Home for Sale with Ocean Views located in the Heart of Pacific Grove
Check out this rare Pacific Grove Victorian multi-family residential property with ocean views. Located in Pacific Grove’s Old Retreat area, just steps from downtown Pacific Grove is an original 1895 Victorian home complete with its high pitched roof, high ceilings and large picturesque double hung windows. 489 Laurel Ave. is currently configured as a 4 unit multi family residence with two 2 bedroom, 1 bath units upstairs, each with soaring high ceilings and tons of old world character and charm and ocean views. There is a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath unit downstairs that also has ocean views, plus there is a small studio. Each unit has its own entrance and each has dedicated outdoor space.
Live in one and rent the rest!
If you have always wanted to have a Pacific Grove, CA ocean view home on the Monterey Peninsula, this might be the perfect opportunity. You could live in your favorite Victorian unit and generate substantial rental income from the other units! Vacation rentals are legal in Pacific Grove with a permit from the city. You could even vacation rent one or all of the units.
Old Retreat Area in Pacific Grove, CA
Founded in 1875 as a Methodist Retreat, Pacific Grove’s humble beginnings was as a summer camp full of tented lots where groups of Methodists came to rest, meditate and exchange ideas. The Pacific Grove Retreat as it was called started at the boarder of Monterey and Cannery Row and extended out to about where Congress Ave. is today. These tent lots started close to the water and over time extended up the hill to about where Pine is today. As the years went on, and campers returned year after year, they started to build permanent summer cottages on their lots.
Today, Pacific Grove is known as America’s last hometown with over 1200 historical buildings. It has more Victorian homes per capita than any other city in America!
Downtown Pacific Grove has great shopping, restaurants and atmosphere. The weather is great year round although we do get some fog. Residents enjoy an outdoor lifestyle like few other places in the world including world class golf, strolling through town, walking along the waterfront, surfing, kayaking, scuba diving, whale watching, fishing, bicycling and so much more.