The Fletcher House: A bit of history goes up for sale. The often told tale of Grossmont’s early 20th century artist’s colony was born from Col. Ed Fletcher’s Grossmont Inn. This beautiful Craftsman home designed by the famous Emmor Brooke Weaver has 3 bedrooms, 4 baths with over 3,200 square feet of living space. A large dining room and equally impressive sitting room, with its large fireplace, dominate the interior, accented by wood floors and ceilings. The kitchen has granite counters, Viking 6 burner cooktop, double over, warming oven, hardwood floors, built-in Butler’s pantry, and skylight. There is a 1,000 square foot deck that juts out in front of the house, from which the northward view of the Cajon Valley and the Laguna Mountains is spectacular. The southern view from the terraced gardens ranges to Mexico and the Coronado Islands. Built in 1913, and is one of the first homes built in Mt. Helix. Nestled near the top of Grossmont Summit, surrounded by a forest of trees and boulders, the old Fletcher House is nearly invisible from the street. It was an inn through 1919 and then became a private residence. The property is a fully fenced 1.56 acres which includes two parcels: 1.22 acres and .34 acre. Beautiful swimming pool/spa, gigantic boulders, and a simply wonderful park-like setting. Two car attached garage, two other outbuildings, one a 3 car detached garage and RV parking.

Date Added: 8/23/22 at 7:00 am
Last Update: 8/23/22 at 11:49 pm

Interior

  • GeneralBeamed Ceilings, Granite Counters, The Fletcher House: A bit of history goes up for sale. The often told tale of Grossmont's early 20th century artist's colony was born from Col. Ed Fletcher's Grossmont Inn. This beautiful Craftsman home designed by the famous Emmor Brooke Weaver has 3 bedrooms, 4 baths with over 3, 200 square feet of living space. A large dining room and equally impressive sitting room, with its large fireplace, dominate the interior, accented by wood floors and ceilings. The kitchen has granite counters, Viking 6 burner cooktop, double over, warming oven, hardwood floors, built-in Butler's pantry, and skylight. There is a 1, 000 square foot deck that juts out in front of the house, from which the northward view of the Cajon Valley and the Laguna Mountains is spectacular. The southern view from the terraced gardens ranges to Mexico and the Coronado Islands. Built in 1913, and is one of the first homes built in Mt. Helix. Nestled near the top of Grossmont Summit, surrounded by a forest of trees and boulders, the old Fletcher House is nearly invisible from the street. It was an inn through 1919 and then became a private residence. The property is a fully fenced 1.56 acres which includes two parcels: 1.22 acres and .34 acre. Beautiful swimming pool/spa, gigantic boulders, and a simply wonderful park-like setting. Two car attached garage, two other outbuildings, one a 3 car detached garage and RV parking.
  • RoomsBasement, Family Room, Kitchen, Living Room, All Bedrooms Up, Laundry
  • AppliancesDishwasher, Disposal, Refrigerator, Convection Oven, Double Oven, Electric Oven, Gas Stove
  • FlooringWood
  • A/CCentral Forced Air
  • HeatingForced Air Unit, Natural Gas
  • FireplaceFP in Family Room, FP in Living Room
  • Disability FeatureNone

Exterior

  • GeneralRammed Earth, Patio, Foothills, Mountainous, Rural, None
  • StyleCraftsman, Craftsman/ Bungalow
  • PoolBelow Ground, Heated, Below Ground, Heated

Construction

  • RoofingComposition

Location

  • HOAYes
  • HOA Amenities0.0

Lot

  • TopographyRolling
  • ZoningR1
  • ViewMountains/ Hills, Panoramic, Pool, Rocks, City Lights
  • FencingAverage Condition, Chain Link, Wood
  • RestrictionsStandard

Utilities

  • UtilitiesCable Available, See Remarks
  • WaterPublic
  • SewerConventional Septic

Schools

  • DistrictGrossmont Union High School District
  • HighGrossmont Union High School District

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