This classic 1910 Craftsman in the heart of Orange Heights is surrounded by gracious homes of similar vintage and styles. First time on the market in 66 years, the home sits on a lovely knoll - encased on two sides by an Arroyo Stone retaining wall - and offers distant mountain views from many rooms. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the property was once owned by the father of modern orthodontics, Dr. Edward Angle. Hardwood floors, box beam/coffered ceilings, leaded glass built-in cabinets and a handsome fireplace, purportedly one of Edward Batchelder's earliest works, highlight the interior. With updating this property could be a true showplace from the Craftsman era. Listed by William Podley, Deasy Penner Podley.