JUST LISTED!!!! One of the most treasured Queen Anne Victorian homes in The Inland Empire. The Waite House built in 1884. A true survivor and stunning Victorian time capsule. A grand and tall Victorian Home with multiple towers, Iron cresting. stained glass windows, Clawfoot tub, wood siding with steep gables, a mansard style roof and all the wonderful wood details stands on the southwest corner of first and Mulberry. First built in 1884 then enlarged and improved in 1890 to the grand mansion you see today. This 5 bedroom 3 bath home is to die for. All the incredible details, architecture and craftsman ship unmatched. Lyman C Waite who organized Riversides First National Bank, President of the La Mesa Packing House also involved in the Orange Grove industry spared no expense on this magnificent gem. This home has 3 amazing original Victorian Aesthetic movement, Fireplaces, Multiple pocket doors, Victorian lighting, Ceiling Medallions, carved Victorian Newel post and staircase, Round turret rooms, multiple Italianate Bay windows, full walk in attic and basement. Later acquired by Kathryn Maddox in 1960 and underwent a very nice restoration. This home is on a large corner lot zoned for 4 units with 2 1 bedroom apartments currently connected and permitted. Although in need of a roof and some restoration, this is a Dream of a home rich in Riverside history and a marvel of a home in all of the Inland Empire. Ready for the next person to continue its wonderful glory.