The Hinds House is living history designed by John Williams and built by Col. Alfred Hinds in 1888 and 1889. With 11 bedrooms, 6 baths, 6600 sq ft of living space, It is the best example of Stick Eastlake Victorian Architecture left in the City combining the spindle work of eastlake w/classical revival style in its central alcove entrance & soaring 2nd floor gabled porch. Interior finishes are a remarkable display of carved & turned redwood, cedar, sycamore, oak and pine. Notable features include: cathedral & tinted stained glass, lincrusta wall coverings, three fireplace hearths embellished with fine art tiles. Restored in 1981 and recognized by the SC Historical Society and the National Register of Historic Places, it has been meticulously maintained and used as a profitable historic inn for business travelers, visiting faculty and those relocating to Santa Cruz. Comes with special use permit for weekly/monthly lodging and has AirBnB Superhost Account with 5 star rating.