Set in the historic Burlingame neighborhood, this architecturally-unique home has been beautifully updated. Originally a modest 1922 Mission Revival bungalow it was transformed into a distinctive Modern Deconstruction by renowned architects Davids and Killroy. Today, the residence is known as the Tower House for its 19-foot stucco and marble clad tower observatory and its dramatic yet efficiently functional charm. As soon as you walk through the front door, you will marvel at its original maple hardwood floors, Gumwood French doors, and molding throughout; as well as the peaceful courtyard in the center of the house letting in plenty of natural light and easy access to many of the rooms. The kitchen has granite counters, Birdseye maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a beautiful entryway to the backyard garden perfect for relaxing and entertaining. The backyard is a tranquil hideaway with outdoor gazebo, koi pond with water feature and relaxing hot tub. The tower has a floor-to- ceiling library, steel steps to a reading room with built in desk and dumbwaiter. another steel stairway leads to a panoramic rooftop observatory with views of Balboa Park, downtown San Diego, Coronado bridge, beaches of Point Loma, the mountains of Jamul and Mexico. Ideally located, walking distance to local boutiques, restaurants and cafes. Entertainment options include the Gaslamp Quarter in Downtown, the San Diego Zoo, and the Balboa Park golf course. Hybrid yet authentic, this futuristic and quintessential home could all be yours!