The Historic Spreckels Mansion
According to City of Coronado records, the main structure was completed in 1908. The 27-room mansion includes six bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths with an additional basement, partially finished attic and three separate wine cellars.
The living room features a carved marble fireplace, built-in bookcases, hardwood flooring and a connecting sun room with cornice moldings and quarry tile flooring; the sunroom opens onto the covered lanai with central courtyard beyond.
The dining room also features an ornate marble fireplace and is fronted by windows opening to the ocean; a circular sitting area to the side also takes in the ocean views.
The second floor features four bedrooms and three baths with a large deck off the master bedroom affording panoramic ocean views. A separate wing leads from the butler’s pantry and allows access to the maid’s quarters with two bedrooms and bath.
The 1,259 square-foot finished attic contains mirrored walls and carpeted flooring with a separate unfinished wine-storage room used during Prohibition days.
While retaining the ambiance of its Edwardian roots, the kitchen contains top-of-the-line appliances including a Hobart dishwasher and large side-by-side refrigerator, Viking stove and range/oven, Corian countertops, and a separate pantry.
A butler’s pantry off the main dining room features original built-in china cabinets, a large wall safe and brass sink.