Old Victorian House in Watsonville


This old beauty along side Hwy. One in Watsonville, surrounded by 10 acres of organic strawberries and vegetables. Neglected, but the bones are still good. Called the Redman House, it:

“…was constructed in 1897 and designed by William H. Weeks, who was responsible for the design of hundreds of unique buildings throughout California. It was a classic Queen Anne — it featured a rounded corner tower with a turret, gables with meticulously carved panels, Palladian windows and dentil molding. The intricate detailing that Weeks designed for the exterior of the home could also was found inside — expensive and decorative wood, including eastern oak and bird’s eye maple, were used for doors, mantles, and window casings.”


3 Responses to Old Victorian House in Watsonville

  1. Linda Johns says:

    Hi Lloyd, Linda Johns here. This likes a real fixer upper. Is it for sale? I want to come to Bolinas and visit. Will you be around in the fall? Loving you as always, Linda

    Ps. George is great.

    • Lloyd Kahn says:


      I don’t believe the Watsonville house would be for sale. Yes, should be here in Fall and you’re welcome any time!

  2. Linda Johns says:

    That is “this feels like a fixer upper” ❤️ Linda

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