This impressive Queen Anne Victorian is known across the island as “The Baby Del.” The architecture, white siding and red turrets reflect the Hotel Del’s iconic look down the street. Built in 1887, the home boasts 7,446 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms, a formal dining room, parlor, sun room, chef’s kitchen and wine cellar. A spiral staircase connects the four levels — and at 55 feet, it’s the tallest house in Coronado. With .55 acres, the lot is one of the eight largest on the island and leaves plenty of room for gardens and outdoor entertaining. The grounds include a gazebo, outside shower, barbeque, serving areas, and an oversized garage set up for caterers. For sale for the first time in 26 years, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of Coronado’s most famous homes.