A Brief Look at Two Historic Homes in Kensington, San Diego

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Real Estate Agent with Prudential California

This first home in Kensington is known as the "Wonder House of Stone".  It was built in 1926 by Master Builder L.J. Faulkner and designed by Ralph E Hurlburt.  This two story French Eclectic house was built of Dolomite marble with 15 inch monolithic walls.  It's truly is a beauty to behold!

*Home is Not for sale 

The second home is a 1927 Spanish-Style Home in Kensington as well.  It's Historic name is the Daniel McConnell and Herbert Bathrick house.

*Home is Not for Sale

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