This Spanish Colonial Revival House in Vacaville, California, was built in 1922. Its owner was Clement Hartley, director of Hartley Orchard Company, which later merged with Vacaville Fruit Co. Hartley also managed Bank of Vacaville from 1917 until his 1929 death.
According to an article in The Reporter, Mark and LuAnn Chambers bought the house in 1998 from Hartley’s granddaughter, Carolyn. They rehabbed the home, keeping historic details, but adding a state-of-the-art kitchen, pool, pool house and garage.
After a 22-year run, the Chambers’ sold the five bedroom, 4500 square foot house last year for $2.396 million dollars.