Magnificent 3-Story Victorian mansion which was the Baker family home in the 2003 comedy ‘Cheaper By The Dozen’ can now be yours at an affordable price. One of Windsor Square’s grandest 12,500 sq. ft. on a nearly 27,000 lot came on the market in April of this year for $8.195 million before dropping to $7.696 million in early June. The last time the home was available was nearly 20 years ago when it sold for just $1.3 million.
Built in 1890’s by Isaac Newton Van Nuys and moved to its current location by his son J. Benton Van Nuys in 1915. The real home includes a variety of beautiful large-scale formal rooms including a living room with intricate wood detailing, a dining room with linen-fold paneling and leaded & stained glass windows, and a hidden bar room with hand-carved walls and a secret door leading outside. The third floor is perfect for entertaining complete with stage and original footlights and space for all kinds of table games. There are a total of 11 bedrooms & 10 bathrooms throughout the main house, and an additional 2 bedrooms & 1 bathroom in the carriage house. It’s listed with Coldwell Banker.
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