Welcome home to this one-of-a-kind craftsman home that sits on a sprawling double lot in the Florence Heights subdivision of North Mission Hills, just blocks from Pioneer Park, Mission Hills Tennis Courts, plus neighboring shops, restaurants, and more! Originally built in 1909 for San Diego County Recorder, John H. Ferry, and believed to be one of the oldest homes in Mission Hills, this 3373 Sqft home has been identified by the Historic Resources Board as a candidate for historic designation, providing the potential for future property tax savings through the Mills Act. Old World Charm abounds inside and out with historical and architectural details like high ceilings, newly refinished hardwood floors, double-hung windows, and stunning built-in cabinetry and woodwork that can be found throughout the property. The main level enjoys a timeless layout that includes a formal living room with fireplace, a spacious dining room with original built-in china storage, a separate bonus room/den, a newly renovated eat-in kitchen with black-and-white checkered tile flooring, white cabinetry and quartz countertops, a large laundry/mud room, and a half-bath/powder room; the second level features four generously sized bedrooms, a full hallway bathroom, and a restful primary suite with an en-suite bathroom, private sitting room and adjacent balcony. Fully fenced and beautifully landscaped, this coveted .29-acre corner lot features an incredible backyard that wraps around the entire home and includes an in-ground pool and spa, a large outdoor living space, a covered outdoor dining area, a spacious grassy area with low-maintenance turf, a side yard with jungle gym and trampoline, an idyllic vegetable garden with six elevated planters, a chicken coop, low maintenance turf. Additional features include a walk-out basement and an oversized, detached 3-car garage with a work shop/exercise area.