Vintage Views. 1930s-era home features historic charm, beautifully preserved for more modern times. Tile floors, stucco walls, arched doorways, steel casement windows, oak floors, wrought iron railings & a cross-gabled tile roof are all part of its original craftsmanship and charm. Upgraded bathrooms and kitchen appliances bring it into the modern era. The street entrance through a recessed, arched doorway gives way to a stunning two-storied vista of Monterey Bay, visible through wide & gleaming windows & multiple levels of outdoor decks & patios, each w/its own angle on the coastline & ocean below. A formal living room has a vaulted, wood-paneled ceiling, exposed wood beams, cozy oak floors, a chandelier, and a dramatic, stone-lined fireplace and hearth. French doors and steps lead down to another den/living space w/the same exposed beam ceiling & a custom tile floor. The house's best feature, a stunning, 180-degree view of Monterey Bay which is timeless & unchanged.