This classic Colonial Revival home, the original Driscoll family farm house in Watsonville, is a local gem, built by architect William Weeks over a century ago. The home is surrounded by porches & fields, & includes stately columns, original wood floors & crown moldings, wall sconces, stone fireplace, & windows. The large front porch looks out at a majestic magnolia tree, various fruit trees, & a raised bed garden, while the back porch looks out toward the expansive lawn, views & SHE shed. The kitchen w/built-in white cabinets, farmhouse sink, chandeliers, & beam-and-board siding would feel familiar, somehow classic & clean & modern all at once. Upstairs are four bedrooms, including a spacious primary suite & a bathroom w/a tiled, marble-lined shower/tub & counter & its own chandelier. The windows look out on sunny fieldsÂ & mountain views, just like they did a century ago. Make this classic piece of California architectural history part of your family history for generations to come.