112 N. Daubenberger Rd.
Built in 1911, this historic Turlock home was originally located on East Main Street. It was moved in 1969 to its current location where new owners made major changes to the Arts and Crafts elevation, giving it a style reminiscent of Spanish Colonial. The current homeowners purchased the property in 2017 and recently completed extensive updates, beginning with the 1872 barn. The home’s modern design reflects an elegant yet easy lifestyle. The late Michelle Tucker, took on the interior design. Her vision was to maintain the traditional style of the house while incorporating a modern simplicity using neutral colors and clean-line fixtures and trim. Knowing the family would spend a majority of its time in the kitchen, she made it extremely functional with the placement of the appliances and counter space. “The addition of a 16 foot island is the focal piece in the kitchen that is used for hosting large parties to our everyday meals; we simply love it,” reported the homeowners.