The Quartermass-wilde house

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Historic San Diego

The Quartermass-Wilde House was built in 1896 by department store owner Ruben Quartermass, but later became the home of the controversial mayor of San Diego, Louis J. Wilde.

Perched atop Golden Hill, it stands as one of the biggest remaining Victorian mansions in San Diego at 8,800 sf. alluding back to a time where Golden Hill was coated with houses of its kind.

 
 

Office Location

Golden Hills, San Diego