Originally built by John M. Horner, a key figure in early history of San Francisco and East Bay, in the early 1850s. The Horner House is one of the oldest homes on California's Register, pending on the National Register. This expansive home has been meticulously restored and renovated throughout and is perfect for grand entertaining on its .65 acre lot. The main house includes 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths, bonus rooms, a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops and custom cabinetry, and an attached garage with a private apartment above, boasting a private entrance. The separate duplex consisting of a 1Bd/1Ba & a 2Bd/1Ba with kitchens offers opportunities for extended guest stays. The home offers a rare, unique opportunity to own a compound radiating with historic charm and character. The staggering palm trees, numerous fruit trees, majestic flowers and so much more lend the feeling of having one's own retreat. Eligible for Mills Act which will provide significant property tax benefits.