Own a piece of American history in Sutter County! Much of the original design and construction has been preserved in this Italianate Victorian Style home. This home features beautiful hardwood floors, spacious twelve-foot ceilings, gorgeous crown mouldings, etched glass entry lights, and several original silk drapes. The home features three working fireplaces, a formal living room, a formal dining room, a breakfast room, a curved entry staircase, numerous period chandeliers, a back staircase, a basement with washer/dryer and secondary oven, a covered front porch, a detached two-car garage, and a large backyard with stone wall fencing in the rear. This stately home was built circa 1861 for Sutter County Judge J. Craddock. In 1935 it was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Winship. In the decades that followed it came to be known as the Winship house. Mrs. Desmond Winship lived in the house until sometime in the 1990's. The Winship family remodeled the rear section of the house in the late 1930's adding indoor bathrooms and a solarium'' which has been used as a fourth bedroom. This home is centrally located within walking distance to shops and restaurants on Plumas Street in the old downtown area of Yuba City, as well as within walking distance of Gauche Aquatic Park and the Farmers Market on the weekends. This is a very special and unique home for those who appreciate the by-gone elegance and opulence of the Victorian age! Motivated Seller! Hurry Hurry won't last long!!