Updated: Aug 8, 2020
100 Buck Avenue
100 Buck Avenue – Built in 1922 by Clement Hartley, the main house of 100 Buck Avenue remains the cornerstone of Historic Downtown Vacaville. Touches of the original home remain – wood floors, glass doorknobs, and even the electrical panel.
The studio guest house sits atop a 3-car garage/workshop and office. The garage has two defined parking spaces, a tandem space currently used for storage that opens to the back of the property, two offices and a half-bath downstairs. The studio on the second floor features a beautifully detailed ceiling and fireplace.
The pool house’s floor-to-ceiling California doors face the Cabo ledge pool with water-falling hot tub for a perfect view of paradise. The exposed-beam ceiling contrasts with an exquisite two-way fireplace.
Framing this expertly-restored Spanish Revival is a 100-year-old Ginkgo tree and an exquisite pallet of landscaping filled with fruit trees, grape vines, garden beds and many variety of palms. Centered on the .83 acre is a tropical oasis perfect for entertaining. Finally, at the back of the property, a Bocce ball court, garden beds, and grape vines complete this estate.
This Spanish Colonial Revival house was built in 1922. It belonged to Clement Hartley who directed Hartley Orchard Co., which later merged with the Vacaville Fruit Co. He also managed the Bank of Italy from 1917 until his death in 1929.
Over the next two decades, the Chamberses transformed the Spanish Colonial Revival home on historic Buck Avenue into an exceptional family compound.
For more information on this historic estate, visit www.100buckavenue.com. Website includes full photo gallery, floor plans, virtual tours, and historical information.
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I Believe In Real Estate. I am an owner of McGuire Capital Group Realty, a local boutique real estate brokerage in Vacaville, CA. We are 100% Local, Organic, Grass-Fed Realtors. I started practicing real estate in 2002, however I was born and raised in Vacaville as a daughter of a real estate broker-developer, Paul McGuire. With more than 80 years of combined real estate experience in my family, I figure I better be good at this. My family has helped define what this city is today through commercial development, residential custom developments, the creation of Opportunity House Program & Thrift Store, founding VPEF: Vacaville Public Education Foundation, and being involved in life-changing organizations like Rotary. Real Estate ownership & investing is my passion.
My personal experience in owning, flipping, investing, managing and navigating in the changing real estate market offers my clients the best service available. I have the ability to share and educate clients about what makes Solano County a unique place to live and invest. I have a high-quality professional network including CPA’s, investors, private money lenders, contractors, property managers, & inspectors. I have very effective negotiating skills, I am a good listener and a great communicator. I think outside the box and am very proud of my brokerage.