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  • Historic childhood home of William Saroyan for sale

    A Craftsman bungalow-style house, at 3204 E El Monte Way, was the childhood home of Fresno native William Saroyan, famed novelist, playwright,short story writer, and a Pulitzer Prize and an Academy Award winner. Saroyan’s mother, Takoohi Saroyan, bought the home for her family in 1921, when Saroyan was nearly 13. They lived there until 1927. It's on the market for $150,000.

Historic childhood home of William Saroyan for sale

A Craftsman bungalow-style house, at 3204 E El Monte Way, was the childhood home of Fresno native William Saroyan, famed novelist, playwright,short story writer, and a Pulitzer Prize and an Academy Award winner. Saroyan’s mother, Takoohi Saroyan, bought the home for her family in 1921, when Saroyan was nearly 13. They lived there until 1927. It's on the market for $150,000.
John Walker The Fresno Bee