More Videos

'It's gorgeous. I love it!' former Fresno mayor Ashley Swearengin says of Fulton Street 1:39

'It's gorgeous. I love it!' former Fresno mayor Ashley Swearengin says of Fulton Street

Arizona high school dance team wows internet with 'Wizard of Oz' performance 7:20

Arizona high school dance team wows internet with 'Wizard of Oz' performance

Hear from the latest Fresno State football commit 1:08

Hear from the latest Fresno State football commit

Tulare High's Emoryie Edwards reflects on his Central Section football record pursuit 0:26

Tulare High's Emoryie Edwards reflects on his Central Section football record pursuit

What's special about the Career Technical Education Center? Take a look at this animation. 2:07

What's special about the Career Technical Education Center? Take a look at this animation.

Fresno teens talk frankly about sex as part of Bee survey 2:09

Fresno teens talk frankly about sex as part of Bee survey

Thieves make off with pickup's tailgate. Fresno PD wants your help identifying suspects. 1:46

Thieves make off with pickup's tailgate. Fresno PD wants your help identifying suspects.

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art 2:22

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art

A look at how Sanger rallied for a win over Edison 2:12

A look at how Sanger rallied for a win over Edison

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill 1:00

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill

  • The historic Arthur Bernhauer home on Van Ness Boulevard reflects the glamor of the 1920s

    A historic jewel at 4175 North Van Ness Blvd., is the 6,500-square-foot Arthur Bernhauer estate, built in 1928, which sits on two acres. Renowned architect H. Rafael Lake designed the home. Lake also designed the Hotel Californian in downtown Fresno and the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. It has six bedrooms and six bathrooms.

A historic jewel at 4175 North Van Ness Blvd., is the 6,500-square-foot Arthur Bernhauer estate, built in 1928, which sits on two acres. Renowned architect H. Rafael Lake designed the home. Lake also designed the Hotel Californian in downtown Fresno and the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. It has six bedrooms and six bathrooms. John Walker The Fresno Bee
A historic jewel at 4175 North Van Ness Blvd., is the 6,500-square-foot Arthur Bernhauer estate, built in 1928, which sits on two acres. Renowned architect H. Rafael Lake designed the home. Lake also designed the Hotel Californian in downtown Fresno and the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles. It has six bedrooms and six bathrooms. John Walker The Fresno Bee
Real Estate Blog

Real Estate Blog

BoNhia Lee on what's going down and going up in the Valley market

Curb Appeal: Old Fig beauty designed by H. Rafael Lake for sale

September 22, 2016 2:49 PM

More Videos

'It's gorgeous. I love it!' former Fresno mayor Ashley Swearengin says of Fulton Street 1:39

'It's gorgeous. I love it!' former Fresno mayor Ashley Swearengin says of Fulton Street

Arizona high school dance team wows internet with 'Wizard of Oz' performance 7:20

Arizona high school dance team wows internet with 'Wizard of Oz' performance

Hear from the latest Fresno State football commit 1:08

Hear from the latest Fresno State football commit

Tulare High's Emoryie Edwards reflects on his Central Section football record pursuit 0:26

Tulare High's Emoryie Edwards reflects on his Central Section football record pursuit

What's special about the Career Technical Education Center? Take a look at this animation. 2:07

What's special about the Career Technical Education Center? Take a look at this animation.

Fresno teens talk frankly about sex as part of Bee survey 2:09

Fresno teens talk frankly about sex as part of Bee survey

Thieves make off with pickup's tailgate. Fresno PD wants your help identifying suspects. 1:46

Thieves make off with pickup's tailgate. Fresno PD wants your help identifying suspects.

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art 2:22

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art

A look at how Sanger rallied for a win over Edison 2:12

A look at how Sanger rallied for a win over Edison

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill 1:00

Take a tour of the new Kenji's Teriyaki Grill

  • Historic Alice and John Williams Home on the market in Tower District

    The Alice and John Williams Home, which is on the Local Register of Historic Resources, was built in 1915 near Fresno City College. An Arts and Crafts-style home, the 2,948-square-foot, four-bedroom, two-bathroom house was used as a residence hall for "selective women students," possibly by Alice Williams after the death of her husband.

About BoNhia Lee

@bonhialee

BoNhia Lee is a business reporter who has covered the ups and downs of the residential and commercial real estate market for The Bee since 2009. Contact her at blee@
fresnobee.com
or 559-441-6495.