Guarantee Realtors Kaelin Huebner and Dylan Johnson talk about the highlights of the 5,251-square-foot, 1960 mid-century gem, they refer to as the "Sequoia" home, at 5331 N. Sequoia Ave., in northwest Fresno.
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.
The Landfall Estate designed by famed architect Beverley David Thorne is surrounded by more than 72 wooded acres. Price: $699,000. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom, 2,920-square-foot mid-century modern home was built in 1959.
This drone video offers a bird's eye view of the historic Rowell Building in downtown Fresno, which is undergoing renovation. Developer Ed Kashian, who bought the building in 2014, hopes to begin leasing space in 2018.
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.
Fresno State sends its tiny house off to the Sacramento Municipal Utility District's Tiny House Competition this week. The contest promotes energy conservation, energy efficiency and solar technologies.
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.
Realtor Adriana Martinez talks about the impact that renovating a distressed historic home has on its neighborhood. Martinez is renovating the Ohannesian Home, which is on the Local Register of Historic Resources, at 1225 E. Divisadero St. in the Lowell neighborhood in Fresno.
Diversified Development Group poured the concrete foundations and pads for three large buildings on 30 acres at Central and Minnewawa avenues in Malaga. The size: 553,000 square feet of space or approximately 12 football fields. The cost: $32 million.
A traditional Native American village is being rebuilt at the site of the last native village in Yosemite Valley. The original village was destroyed by the National Park Service nearly 50 years ago. The house Bill Tucker lived in was the only survivor of the burning of a cluster of houses lived in by Native Americans.