Welcome to the Miller-Taylor house listed on the Santa Ana Historic Register (#472, Key). This home was bought by Barbara Taylor in 1959. She raised 5 kids here and was a journalist for the Register & LA Times. An excellent example of Craftsman Architecture built in 1917 with only 2 owners ever. Set on a large elevated lot with lots of room for your dreams, Build a large garage, ADU, pool or all three! Set above the sidewalk and street she has a stately curbside appeal, recently painted with historically accurate colors. The large wraparound porch is a great place to greet neighbors strolling by. Relax with your morning coffee or a favorite drink after work from here. Step inside through the original door with it’s 3 vertical beveled glass windows and vintage hardware. The spacious and open Living & dining rooms are filled with light and French doors lead to a cozy side brick patio, The large kitchen has an entire wall of original cabinets including a California cooler. A small room off the kitchen could have many uses. It has a built in cabinet and indirect lighting. A short hall leads to the backyard. On the right side of the house are 3 bedrooms and 2 vintage baths. The front bedroom was converted into a study with vaulted ceiling and stained glass windows, 2 walls of book shelves and tons of storage. You will find Barbara’s portrait there! Both of the bedrooms have large closets with built-in drawers. The hall bath has an original cast iron tub. The main bath was converted from an original back porch. There is a huge attic with a plywood floor and new HVAC & ducting. Original wood floors, original hand made wavy glass & wood windows, copper plumbing, new light fixtures, some updated electric, new roof in 2017 and new floors in baths. Partial kitchen remodel and restoration. Enter the small basement from the back of the house. There are 2 sheds that have a lot of potential. Several mature trees including a Peach and Avocado. Party lights hang above a brick patio. Imagine what it would be like to step back to a simpler time and actually live in this one of a kind home. Built before Floral Park was started she sat on a one lane dirt road through multiple groves. Originally part of a ranch and one of only 6 homes north of 17th, 3 north of Santiago Creek in 1920. With a simple application you will enjoy Mills Act tax savings! Automatic approval with a listed home! Want to own a piece of history? EZ walk to Starbucks and 4 parks. Enjoy exploring DTSA & OTO.