Two histories are the heart and soul of the William Gird Estate. One is that of an illustrious Old San Diego pioneer family, the Girds. The other is a lively debate swirling about the very origins of Modern architecture in America: how architects Frank Mead and Richard Requa drew on features from exotic cultures they knew (North African dwellings, Moroccan kasbahs, Native American pueblos) to create a new kind of architectural expression, even a new way of dwelling, without abandoning the anchoring motif of Spanish Colonial Revival. Their design skills ensured that the result is a well-choreographed synthesis rather than the cacophony it could have been. In any case, through the apriori thinking of all three, Gill, Mead, and Requa, their many projects, collaborations, and employees helped shape the singular identity of early 20th century greater San Diego and Southern California; many are listed in the National Register of Historic Places orare locally designated. Currently, 5 properties designed by Mead and Requa and 21 by Requa with others have been designated as historic resources, City of San Diego; undoubtedly more will follow. 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1.37 acres, 6 fireplaces, solar panels.
Expired $1,245,000
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Garage - Three Door, 3 Spaces
  • 3816 Sqft
  • 1.37 Acres
Matthew Berkley, MA
Matthew Berkley, MA
Mobile (626) 665-3699
CalDRE #01305277
Scott Lander, DC
Scott Lander, DC
Mobile (323) 697-4909
Office (310) 275-1000
CalDRE #01320741

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3640 Gird Road is a residential property located in Fallbrook, CA. This property sits on a 1.37 acre lot, is 3816 sqft, with 5 bedrooms, 3 baths.