For the past week, real estate enthusiasts have been a buzz about the historic, 19th century Victorian mansion on sale in Woodland.
The 6-bedroom, 6-bath historical landmark, known as the Gable Mansion, is listed for $3.85 million -- a number that might seem a lot for a country home, but that had some people in the Bay Area jokingly calling it a steal.
The Italian-style home at 659 First Street was built in 1885 by the Gable family -- successful cattle ranchers who lived in the area. According to Shea McGuire of McGuire Capital Group, which is listing the home, there have only been three owners in it's 100-plus year history.
The current home has been renovated to include a 1920's Parisian-inspired movie theater, an indoor wave pool, a wine cellar, an elevator, a gym and an antique museum built in the old basement. The grounds also include an outdoor pool, a "Sound of Music"-gazebo and roughly 670 rose bushes.
It's essentially the oldest smart-home.
The home has only been on the market for a week, and gained attention after Realtor.com said it was their most popular listing of the week.
"Right now the buzz is 'oh my gosh the Gable mansion has opened it's doors,'" McGuire said. "With that being said, 'Yes, there are people who have reached out and said they are genuinely interested in purchasing this."
While it's being marketed around the world, McGuire said her heart tells her the buyer will ultimately be from Yolo County.
"I think there's a partially emotional component to it," she explained, "And farm money runs deep and I think there's an affordability index out here."
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