Oh do we love a listing with a sense of history, and this one has that in spades, handily juxtaposing historical photos with recent ones taken from the same angles. But then this house has a long memory--it hasn't changed hands in 103 years. It was built in 1907, "designed by architect Timothy Walsh as his primary residence," according to the listing. But then it sold just two years later and "has remained in the same family since 1909." The listing also says it's well-documented and listed in the Lower Arroyo Seco National Register District, but "is in need of a full renovation." The house comes with five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dining room with fireplace, an eat-in kitchen, various porches, and a rooftop deck. Asking price is $1.135 million.
· 619 South GRAND [Redfin]