Sacramento State, in a cooperative effort with representatives from the Sacramento community, has renovated and restored the Charles M. Goethe residence. This historically significant property was designed and built by distinguished architect, Julia Morgan in the early 1920's.
A formidable pioneer of equal opportunities for women in the professions, Morgan had a distinguished career spanning 50 years in which she designed and built more than 700 buildings, most notably the William Randolph Hearst estate at San Simeon. In spite of this large body of work, the Geothe residence is the only example of Morgan's residential architecture in the Sacramento region. The home as placed on The National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
HISTORICAL TOURS may be available upon request. Contact the office for details.