San Diego, CA 92102
- Historical Landmark #39 of the City of San Diego
- Corner Lot
- Served as law office for the infamous Milton J. Silverman
- 12 Free-Surface Parking Spaces
The Quartermass/Wilde house is one of the biggest of the remaining Victorian mansions in the city of San Diego. Once the home of former Mayor Louise J. Wilde, the Victorian mansion built in 1896 sits atop 24th Street and Broadway, overlooking downtown San Diego. In the heart of a district of historic homes, this one serves as a monument to the elite status of Golden Hill. This location currently serves the Milton J Silverman law offices.
Historical building with 3 floors of office spaces. First and second floor are currently available. It is an excellent use for an attorney, medical, consulting and IT office. Call agent for a private tour.
Golden Hill is one of San Diego's most historic and architecturally eclectic zones, with many pre-1900 homes and apartments. This neighborhood is also in walking distance of Downtown, City College and much of Balboa Park. Auto access is direct from freeways 5 and 94, The major through streets and bus routes are Broadway and 25th Street and 30th Street.
Units for Lease
Price Per Sqft/Year: $27.0