Built by the current homeowners in 1972, this home is in the Richardson-Beardsley Park neighborhood in Julian, CA a historic mining town established in 1870. Having owned the old lumber yard, the homeowners had a hand in selecting nearly every bit of the highest quality lumber in this well-constructed home. The colored concrete slump stone construction has the appearance of an adobe without the maintenance requirements. It features high ceilings, open beams with a hand-hewn look, and a floor-to-ceiling stone wood-burning fireplace with heat efficient insert. The updated efficiency kitchen showcases timeless shaker-style, red oak cabinets with pull-out shelves, beautiful wood floors, high-quality Anderson picture window over the sink and throughout the house, and granite countertops. The bedrooms are spacious with pretty views in all directions; the master has a slider going out to an enclosed patio, perfect for sunny mornings with a cup of tea or coffee and a good book. The views overlook a large private historic ranch and offer uninterrupted views of the wide-open southwestern expanse and rolling ranchland hills. There is a barn set up for keeping chickens, storing feed, wood for the wood-burning fireplace insert, small tractor equipment, gardening supplies, and more. The level of this 1.38-acre property lends itself to many family farms uses; it has all the infrastructure for home vegetable and flower gardening with established fruit trees and several varieties of mature apples, and grapevines. The leased solar system is newer, don't miss the spacious 2-car garage.