Seller will entertain offers between $2,695,000 & $3,000,000. Welcome to Inspiration View located in coveted Mission Hills where Spanish Mediterranean meets old Hollywood. This historic home has Mills Act in place for significant tax savings and is San Diego’s Historic Site No. 1037 known as the “Oakley J. Hall House”. This stunning classic estate is an exemplary example of a Mediterranean influenced Spanish Eclectic Style and features incredible sit down ocean, bay and city skyline views overlooking a usable 1/2 acre lot allowing plenty of room for a pool and possible ADU but with incredible privacy. Rich in history, Inspiration View subdivision was created in September 2, 1925 by Henry & Elia Bear, constructed in 1926 & finally purchased by Oakley J and Grace P. Hall in 1927. This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home is in amazing condition with all the charm you’d expect in a home of this caliber. This first thing you notice is the striking gumwood door echoed in the beams of the exceptionally large and gracious dining room. On the right of the entrance is a large living room with coved ceilings and fine wood flooring, one part of it parqueted and illuminated by a window made of bottle glass. Much of the home is original but excellent condition featuring coved ceilings in the expansive living room with what appears to be a Batchelder tile fireplace, gleaming original wood flooring throughout, phone nook, maids quarters, office space & a detached 2 car garage.