Originally the home of the first judge in Morro Bay, Robert Tonini, this home was moved to its present location from the Bank of America location on Morro Bay Blvd. The home still retains its original charm - 9' high ceilings, pine wood floorboards, and old growth redwood walls. The sun-lit front porch is a warm place to sip your cup of coffee or tea each morning and enjoy the views of Morro Rock. Step inside and you are in a short hallway with a bedroom on each side. Lots of natural light bathe these bedrooms through the large windows. The middle of the home reveals a spacious living area. The combined dining area and kitchen is roomy and functional, and a signature stove/oven captures your attention. Another bedroom and a full bathroom are situated at back on the west side. Views of Morro Rock can be seen from both bedrooms on the west side. Between the kitchen and bathroom is a laundry room, with a back door leading to a covered back deck and brick patio. When you step out to the covered back deck, you admire the open space where cattle graze and cannot miss the Seven Sisters, especially Hollister's Peak. Besides the two storage sheds at back, the ample storage space in the attic is an added bonus. Upgrades include a new roof, a new PEX main water line, insulation, side gate that's part of original garage door, and more. As a bonus, this great neighborhood has wide streets, curb and gutter throughout, and no through traffic.
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