San Diego Craftsman Homes for Sale
Search all Craftsman homes for sale in San Diego. Craftsman homes are known for their open floor plans and coziness due to a design emphasis on artisanship. The style emanated from the Arts & Crafts movement that began in Britain and took off in the United States between 1880 to 1920. The movement was a reaction to the ornateness of architectural design during the Victorian Era. The new style would prioritize simplicity in style (clean lines) and naturalness in substance (materials used in construction).
Craftsman Home Listings
About Craftsman Architecture
Craftsman sub-genres include:
- Airplane Bungalow
- Four Square
- Mission Revival
Craftsman Home Interiors
Once inside, visitors and occupants are greeted with an open floor plan on the main level, wood floors, and exposed structural elements such as wood beams, braces, beams, joists, and rafters. Living room walls and the study often have built-in cabinets, bookcases, and benched window seats. Stone or brick are used for the fireplace and hearth.
Craftsman Home Exteriors
Craftsman homes are typically one or two stories. A dead giveaway that you are looking at a Craftsman home is their front or side facing gabled roofs, dormer windows, and overhanging eaves. The main level will have a wide front porch with support columns, either square or taped. The beefed-up chimney and foundation walls are typically stone or brick. Slats and wood shingles are widely used materials for siding, though stone or stucco are also used.
Craftsman Home Grounds
The landscaping around Craftsman homes should match the earth colors used on the exterior walls. Landscapers will often recommend Bowles' golden sedge, coral bells, foxglove, golden creeping Jenny, lilac, pansies, red-leaf Japanese barberry, roses, and spurge. Adding a well-placed koi pond is an especially nice touch, particularly for an Oriental Craftsman home.
Craftsman Home Search
Always find the latest San Diego Craftsman listings; this page is updated several times per day (every 15 minutes) from the most extensive MLS in San Diego.
Each property listing includes the price, the year the home was built, the size of the house (square feet), the size of the lot, the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and other important details. You’ll also be able to check the MLS number, see how many days it has been on the market (DOM), and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending).
Review interior and exterior features of the home. Details about the surrounding neighborhood will be included with a map, local schools, and similar homes for sale nearby.
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