Carlsbad Historical Landmark No.4, Culver-Myers-Capp House. Built in 1888 with the charm of a more genteel era, this Queen-Anne Victorian has been thoughtfully positioned atop the highest elevation on this 1.27 acre ocean view lot, artfully accentuating its architectural detail. Upon entering, you’re taken back to a time where detail & quality materials mattered; you’ll enjoy elaborate woodwork, dramatic stained glass, and a romantic widow’s walk with beautiful ocean views. Details of every room are reminiscent of years gone by. This home is rich in history with stories and legends dating back to the turn of the century. Owned and restored by three different families, this home is awaiting its next family to create memories for years to come. Historical landmark No 4 in Carlsbad. Culver- Myers- Capp House w Carriage House Elevated 1.27 Ac lot. w ocean views, Queen-Anne Victorian, Carlsbad designated historic site No 4. Built in 1887, as sister home of the Twins Inn (SchutteHouse) 1887- Built & owned by Alonzo & Clinton Culver, 1887-1914, Clinton in federal prison for 5 years due to smuggling of Chinese laborers. 1914- David Harrington, gave to daughter & husband 1916-Guy & Nancy Maltby, then their daughter Gertrude Maltby married Ben Myers. 1936- Gertrude returned to live in home- a 30 acre estate. Gertrude Myers known as "Grandma Moses", favorite Carlsbad artist. Gertrude died in 1965. Home was vacant from 1965- 1969. 1969- Kay and Gerald Capp bought and renovated/rehabbed home for 20 years. Sewer: Septic Installed
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