The Alan Anderson Award is presented by the Washington Square Neighborhood Association to recognize residents that take great pride in their homes.
The award is
given to a home that exemplifies the landscaping values
that Alan recognized and loved in Washington Square.
A few months earlier she had repainted the house choosing a blue-grey and white to accent the home's good lines. Originally completed in 1924, Christine's home has had few owners, all of which have upgraded the property during their residence. In addition to the improvements visible from the sidewalk, she added fruit trees and has a productive vegetable garden in the back yard yielding her loads of seasonal fresh produce.
A California native and resident of Orange County since the age of two, Christine is a Mater Dei graduate. She's had some exciting jobs that took her across and around the country for awhile, including a time with NASA. Upon graduation from law school at U. C. Berkeley, Christine decided to settle down in her home territory of Orange County to be close to family and friends.
chose Washington Square because
she loves the neighborhood ambience
and interesting character of all
the homes—especially, of course,
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