If these walls could speak what stories would the Heinemann House have to tell? Joe Fiscus, a prominent rancher and savvy real estate investor, originally built this handsome home in 1903 at a location next to the Carnegie Library on Anaheim Blvd. Somewhere around 1921 the house was moved, to the outskirts of town, at 703 S. Lemon Street. During this time the house was occupied by a nursery owner, a carpenter and was even Smiths Barber Shop in the 1950s-1960s. By 1967 older homes in the heart of the city had fallen out of favor as people moved to tract homes being built all over town with new neighborhood schools and roads. Luckily, someone had the foresight in 1970 to place this home on a list of Anaheims Historical Resources, the house was marked and when a chance came up to move her, once again, the house was moved for a 3rd time to its current location at 624 S. Lemon Street in 2001. This lovely home was restored, from head to toe, new foundation, electrical, plumbing, floors and windows restored, central heat added. The current owner, or steward, is a professional landscape architect, therefore the back yard is just stunning. The house has the Mills Act and the current owner pays only $2,835 per year which will be passed onto YOU the new owner and you can SKIP the supplemental tax bill. This house has a resale restriction with the city of Anaheim (the city sets the price and the income limits) Listed by Meghan Shigo, Century 21 Award.