Storybook Cottage in Carmel-by-the-Sea
Crespi 6SE of Mountain View, Carmel-by-the-Sea
Capturing the essence of Carmel, ‘Crespi Cricket’ is a charming storybook cottage overlooking Mission Trail Park located just a short stroll to downtown Carmel and plays at the Forest Theater. Great for entertaining with main level living areas that include a family room off the front courtyard with firepit, a formal dining room, a living room with breakfast nook and French doors out to the forest view deck. Upstairs boasts two bedrooms, a full guest bath and the master retreat with a fireplace and master his and her full bathrooms. All this in addition to an attached one car garage and off street parking on a quiet street. Offering the best of Carmel living, this is a great weekend getaway or full-time residence.
Sale Price: $1,847,000
Sold July 2020
3 Full | 1 Half
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ABOUT THE AREA
Founded in 1902 and incorporated in 1916, Carmel-By-The-Sea is steeped in artistic history and natural coastal beauty. In the heart of Carmel-By-The-Sea lies the Golden Rectangle, a 10 block by 8 block area encompassing the very essence of Carmel. It is the epicenter of the local real estate market and hosts truly special homes and residents alike. The Golden Rectangle is scattered with French Victorian homes from famed architect M.J. Murphy, Tudor style cottages by Hugh Comstock which are blended in with Midcentury Modern and Spanish style homes throughout. It is known for being dog friendly and attracting audiences from around the world.
Artists who originally built homes in Carmel-by-the-Sea, named their homes instead of giving street names. That is why there are no home addresses.