Once in a lifetime opportunity to own an iconic landmark in Gilbert Arizona. Currently owned by one of the founding families of Gilbert, this stunning Victorian home and premium horse property sits on approximately 6.1 acres. This property is any farmer/rancher's dream with a 36x64 shop, hay barn, horse corals, 4 car garage, 2 car portico. Has a privately owned gate for extra security to keep those trailers, RV's and other toys safe. Home features, large family room with open concept kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 12' ceilings throughout, main floor primary with 2 walk-in closets, upstairs and main floor laundry, fully finished Basement with Kitchenette and bathroom, and storage galore. The possibilities are endless on what you can do on your own private retreat with ample space. A History of 2025 S Val Vista Dr. Elaine Lamb, the grand-daughter of Charles Alfred Pine; one of the original homesteaders of Gilbert, Arizona was an avid collector of antiques. She and her husband Garth, spent years going to antique shops and auctions all over the United States collecting everything she fell in love with. As her collection grew larger and larger, Garth realized Elaine did not have a way to showcase all the treasures she had found over the years. Garth wanted to show Elaine his love and build her the home of her dreams to house her collection. Elaine loved the victorian architecture and thought it would be perfect to hold her collection of antiques. She was a visionary and designed each corner of this home to house all of the antiques she spent years collecting. In 1998 construction was complete and they were able to move into their beautiful home. Below is a list of things that will convey with the home that were part of Elaine's collection. 1. The Fretwork in the entry way came from a old hotel in San Francisco 2. The light fixture in breakfast nook came from the same hotel in San Francisco 3. On both sides of the fireplace are 2 pieces of stained glass that came from actor, Cary Grant's home. 4. Garth and Elaine started the Rawhide Livestock Auction in Chandler, the stained glass windows in the breakfast nook came from the restaurant there. 5. The chandelier in the front entry came from a castle in England. 6. The stained glass in entry came from a old christian church 7. There are many antique light fixtures throughout home 8. The Windmill in backyard came from Garth and Elaine's ranch in Oklahoma
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