Stunning 1920's Spanish Colonial Revival home previously featured on the Historic Home Tour. The J.A. Swartz Residence, designated as Ventura County Historic Landmark No. 175, is among the finer examples of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture in the early downtown core of Oxnard. Many of the original architectural details have been lovingly restored. Electrical system has been updated w/new wiring & electrical panel & sub-panel in garage. Home has been re-piped w/copper & main gas line was replaced from the gas meter to the interior. This home has been modernized while retaining the essence of its history. Original front courtyard features accent lighting & a classic 3-tier water fountain reminiscent of the Spanish Colonial era. Interior features include an arched entry way to living room, cathedral ceilings w/exposed beams & gleaming oak wood floors.