Own a piece of history. A Victorian once owned by William T. Brush, an early founder of Cloverdale is on the market for $1,795,000. The Brush family was well known for originally purchasing all land on the east side of Cloverdale, thus becoming one of the areas of the founding families. William T. Brush was a prominent banker, a town treasurer, President of the Bank of Cloverdale and President of the Cloverdale Citrus Fair.

Built in 1898, the Queen Anne style residence is filled with characteristic turn-of-the-century charm. From the moment you enter the home, you will travel back in time to a by-gone era. The home includes well-preserved stained-glass, intricate woodworking, hardwood floors, fluted columns, and delicate chandeliers. There is so much period character you can almost overlook the need for a few modern upgrades.

The seven-bedroom, six-bathroom estate is currently divided into two apartments, each with a small kitchen and older appliances. The rooms will need a few contemporary upgrades to bring them into the modern era, or you could take things a step further and unify the home to restore it to its former glory.

Outside you will find two covered porches and a well-manicured yard with sixty-foot palm trees and heirloom roses.

Fancy a bit of time travel? Click through our gallery above to take a peek inside this historic charmer.

122 E. Fourth St. in Cloverdale is listed by Daniel Cronin at W Real Estate.