The iconic Garberville estate known as Redwood Grove, designed in 1926 by Hearst Castle architect Julia Morgan, has come on the market at $8,750,000. Located in Northern California's Humboldt County, the 5,416-square-foot home has been meticulously restored over the past four years with great attention to its architectural integrity.
The home sits on two acres that border the Eel River and are surrounded by protected California Redwood state parks. The grand manor house has a Gothic-style great room with an exposed redwood beamed cathedral ceiling. There's a wood-burning fireplace and the original leaded glass windows. It is being sold furnished.
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