The Judge Homer Ames House is a unique, single level, Craftsman Bungalow with Japanese influenced architecture, sprawling low pitched roof line and open flagstone porch, perched on a gentle sloping corner lot. Not only does this home have the Mills Act , but it is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is part of the Melrose Backs Neighborhood. Judge Homer Ames built this home in 1911 just before becoming Anaheim's city attorney, which he served from 1912-1925. His next step was to move on to Superior Court Judge. This home is unique and breathtaking. There is a large, rectangular living room with fireplace and French doors that lead into an office/ den. The dining room offers pocket doors, built in buffet and unique wainscoting design. The living spaces of this home are lined with large, casement windows and offer beautiful natural lighting and view of the picturesque Washington Park.The kitchen has been remodeled and offers plentiful white cabinets, lots of counter space and walk in pantry. The bathroom was just recently remodeled; however, you may not be able to tell since it was made to look appropriate for its era. There is a one car garage with workshop, also featuring the laundry area. There is a small basement and central air and heat. Located across the street from the beautiful, quaint George Washington Park and just a few blocks away from Center Street Promenade, The Anaheim Packing District and more!