Historical Gem! Stately ocean-view Craftsman home built in 1911 for Ida Foster, the daughter of E.P. Foster (E.P. Foster Library) and her husband F. Neil Baker. Architecturally, it is one of the few two-story shingle houses remaining in Ventura and is an excellent representation of the 'Craftsman' style bungalow. It has been lovingly restored with custom woodwork and detailing, maintaining the original character of the home. This beautiful home is listed as Ventura Historic Landmark No. 109. The broad front porch invites you to sit, relax and enjoy the view. Enter through the leaded double front door to the spacious entry. The living room features an elegant fireplace and carved wood mantle.