Photo by Raymond Allbright, courtesy Denice Osbourne

From a cottage in Pasadena to a five-bedroom in Tucson, these homes embrace beautiful Spanish Colonial style

Nena Farrell  – October 24, 2019 | Updated November 8, 2019

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Pasadena, CA

Photo by Tim Krueger of Bradley Sterling Inc., courtesy James Trousil

This adorable Spanish Colonial cottage is one of 16 residences on Marguerita Lane in Pasadena. Built in 1928 by Dr. Alexander Schutt and his sons, it’s now on the National Historic Register. The beautifully maintained two-bedroom home features a sweet patio with a garden and fountain.

Check Out the Listing: James M. Trousil of Pleasant Home Realty & Financial Services

Asking Price: $1,050,000

Tucson, AZ

Photo by Raymond Allbright, courtesy Denice Osbourne

This palatial estate packs major curb appeal with an arched entryway, leading into a tree-lined courtyard with a stone fountain. The Tucson home has five bedrooms along with a pool, jacuzzi, putting green, and three-car garage on a 1.13 acre lot.

Check Out the Listing: Denice Osbourne of Long Realty

Asking Price: $899,00

Long Beach, CA

Photo by Sean Tracey, courtesy Patria Caballero

This cozy abode doesn’t just feature Spanish Colonial charm through its archways and terra cotta tiles, but also includes modern twists like a drought-resistant front yard. The corner-lot, three-bedroom home was built in 1928, and has an upgraded kitchen and backyard with a covered patio. The biggest appeal? The fruit-bearing avocado trees.

Check Out the Listing: Patria Caballero of T.N.G Real Estate Consultants

Asking Price: $499,500

San Diego, CA

Photo by Gary Kasl, courtesy Kelly Miles

This Spanish Colonial is tucked away in San Diego’s historic El Cerrito Heights neighborhood. The home was fully renovated earlier this year, but still features beautiful charming details like the arched picture window and doorways.

Check Out the Listing: Kelly Miles of Compass Realty

Asking Price: $815,000

San Clemente, CA

Photo by Peter Tran of Icon Photography, courtesy Elly Harris

This San Clemente home is inspired by Orange County’s famed Ole Hanson beach house. The four-bedroom home packs in Spanish Colonial beauty with wood and special details, like beamed ceilings and arched tiles around the front door. Major bonus: it’s just two blocks away from the beach, and a short walk from downtown San Clemente, too.

Check Out the Listing: Elly Harris of Distinctive Coast Properties

Asking Price: $1,249,000

Palm Springs, CA

Photo by Geoffrey Moore, courtesy of Geoffrey Moore

This 1937 Spanish Colonial stunner is just a short stroll from downtown Palm Springs. The two-bedroom home features eye-catching Saltillo tile floors and stained glass windows, along with stone fireplaces in both the living room and the master bedroom, and views of  Mt. San Jacinto from the backyard.

Check Out the Listing: Geoffrey Moore of Town Real Estate

Asking Price: $653,000

Long Beach, CA

Photo by TJ LeClair, courtesy of Sandy Cheng

This newly remodeled Spanish-style beach bungalow is a couple blocks from both the ocean and Long Beach’s hottest restaurants and shopping. The front yard is a show-stopper thanks to wooden French doors opening up the living room to the front patio, next to an archway over the detailed front door.

Check Out the Listing: Mary Ann Divona of First Team Real Estate

Asking Price: $999,999