It is not often that you can purchase and reside in a property in Sacramento that sits on the National Register of Historic Places. The Cranston-Geary house, built in 1909, in the historic neighborhood of Boulevard Park is your opportunity. An exceptional example of Craftsman architecture, this house boasts 6 bedrooms and 3 1/2 bathrooms and 3,680 sq. ft. Consisting of three floors and a basement, this property shines with pride of ownership and Sacramento history. Be sure not to miss the leaded glass windows with copper screens, the board and batten construction, the intricately designed molding throughout the walls and staircases, the sleeping porch and the one of a kind ornate glass sconces on the main floor. Located inside the block is one of the Boulevard's few alley parks. Also of importance is this sale consists of two separate parcels, allowing for a myriad of possibilities.