Mission Hills Heritage


2013 Members Only Coffee

November 9
10 am-12 noon

Our members-only coffee will be held in the lovingly restored Craftsman house that is historically designated the Drown-Wagenhals-MacDonald house located at 2124 Sunset Blvd. It was built in 1913 on land purchased from Elisha Babcock, a Coronado developer for whom Leroy Drown worked. The architectural designer/builder was Joel L. Brown, who built many homes here and who was a neighbor of the Drowns on Second Avenue. The 1913 date makes this one of the earliest homes in Mission Hills. Please join us for this social event and enjoy this fine example of Craftsman architecture. RSVP to our voicemail: (619) 497-1193.



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325 West Washington Street, Suite 2, #221 • San Diego CA 92103
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