Picturesque and steeped in local history, this grand old Victorian lady, built in the Queen Anne style, awaits your love and appreciation. Its design and detailing demonstrate the epitome of the type of home that attracted prosperous Napa families at the end of the Victorian era. Designed by prolific and renowned Napa architect Luther Turton, whose creations include many other magnificent mansions in downtown Napa, this home was built in 1892 for grocer William Andrews. A private residence for all its 129 years, William and Annie Andrews' home has been owned by only a few families. This is its first time on the market since 1963. According to experts, the home has a wealth of historic detail and very few alterations. It awaits restoration and a caring personal touch by a new owner. On the National Register of Historic Places, the home is prominently situated on a corner lot in downtown Napa. Per City of Napa, B&B use is possible. Buyer to confirm.