245 North Alamo Dr

Vacaville, CA 95688

245 North Alamo Dr

Vacaville, CA 95688


A true historical treasure, this exclusive North Vacaville large custom home is located on 1.23 acres of rich usable land. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a masterpiece dated back when the early settlers, the Towson Family, built the original home in 1864. Thoughtful additions and remodels were designed to enhance the home through time. Residence presents a downstairs master, wood flooring, high ceilings, dual pane windows, large balcony, updated kitchen with a breakfast area, living room with stunning views and a family room accented with knotty pine and a gas stove fireplace. Property showcases a beautiful pool, spa, patio area, small pool house, greenhouse, sheds, carports, renovated water tower with views and plenty of outdoor space for entertaining. Remarkably maintained landscaping offers well irrigation, a fruit orchard, vegetable and herb gardens, grapevines and lawn area. Enjoy a private country living lifestyle in the heart of the Vacaville!

  • 3,821 ft² • 53,578 ft² Lot / 1.23 Acre Lot

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 2.5 Bathrooms

  • Original house built in 1864, Addition done 1910

  • Pool & Spa

  • Greenhouse

  • Orchard

  • Gardens

  • Sheds

  • Carports

  • Water Tower

  • Small Pool House

  • Horseshoe Pit



245 North Alamo Drive is a historical treasure in Vacaville as the original home was built in 1864 by early settlers William B. Towson and Mary E. Towson. The Towson family, including nine sons and four daughters, settled and gave life to the growing Vacaville community. In 1910, additions to the original home were made. Through the years, remodels have taken place while preserving the history and charm of the original home. The property is rich in history and to this day, tree roots bring up glass artifacts from the past.

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Tom and Shawnee Rapisarda

DRE#: 01705989 (Tom) | 01834173 (Shawnee)

Phone #: (707) 592-2852 | (707) 718-0947

E-mail: [email protected]


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