This historical beauty embodies lineage and legacy. This authentically-crafted 1930 Spanish Revival served as the convent for St. Therese church before becoming a single-family home, and is now on the market for the first time in over 60 years. Offering unmistakable elegance and romance, the home reflects a timeless design aesthetic and remarkable craftsmanship. Original details include many windows and doors throughout, as well as plaster walls and hardwood floors in both oak and wide plank mahogany. Step into the front entry hall where you are flanked by the formal living room on the right and the formal dining room on the left, both boasting generously high ceilings and a feeling of grandeur. In the rear of the home, you will enjoy the spacious kitchen with an adjacent breakfast room and ¾ bath, a large family room addition, and a quiet home office space. Six bedrooms line the upstairs hallway, where you will also enjoy abundant built-in storage spaces, a shared hall bath, as well as a jack-and-jill bath between two of the bedrooms. The spacious backyard features a mature, sculptural European fan palm and a lovely crape myrtle. The garage workshop includes a covered patio for outdoor lounging or dining. Sitting regally on magnolia-lined El Molino Street, this charmingly picturesque home reminds all who pass by of its storied history. This home is just a stone's throw away from Lacy Park and the shops and restaurants of San Marino, and is ready for the next owner’s updates and restoration.