It’s Official: “Sunday Morning” House For Sale

Thank you so much to Patrick for contacting us, apparently he is NOT an owner of the house, Gwen’s mother and his mother are. He is only listing the property, and is related to the Stefani family. Patrick also mentions that the M&M Market was never owned by the Stefani family.

Like we mentioned a couple weeks ago, it’s official, a second legendary home to the No Doubt community, the “Sunday Morning” house, is for sale. The home that was owned by Gwen and Eric’s grandparents and featured in the “Sunday Morning” video is on the market. The selling price is going for a little more, $474,900. The home is walking distance from both the band house on Beacon Ave. and M&M Market, the once family owned grocery store that is also featured in the “Sunday Morning” video. Gwen’s mother Patti and cousin, Patrick, own the home now, and her cousin is actually the one selling it as a real estate agent. Good luck and congratulations to the future owner of this band landmark!

OC Register — Another home in singer Gwen Stefani’s family — and also the setting for a music video by her group No Doubt — has hit the market.

This house, which appears in the “Sunday Morning” video, is owned by Gwen’s mother and the mother of Patrick Sharples, who is the real estate agent and Gwen’s cousin.

The asking price is $474,900.

The home, at 322 S. Ohio St. in the Anaheim Colony Historical District, was built in 1936. Because of the home’s historical designation, the new owner may qualify for a Mills Act tax reduction. The home needs “cosmetic repairs,” according to the listing.

The Colony is a roughly two-square mile area bordered by North, South, East and West streets in Anaheim.

This listing comes a couple of weeks after another home in her family — one owned by her grandparents on her father’s side — went into escrow. That house, at 1173 W. Beacon Ave., is where songs in No Doubt’s “Beacon Street Collection” were recorded. The band’s “Trapped in a Box” video and part of the “Just a Girl” video also were shot there.
Details on 322 S. Ohio St.:
Square feet: 1,943
Price per square foot: $244
Lot Size: 5,471 square feet
Formal dining room
Kitchen has an eating area
Covered porch

The home’s historic name is the Armbrust-Pember House.

The house once belonged to their late grandparents on Gwen’s mother’s side, Sharples says. Gwen’s grandfather was still alive when “Sunday Morning” was shot and he appears in the video.

Sharples says he will hold an open house on Saturday and Sunday 11:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

3 Replies to “It’s Official: “Sunday Morning” House For Sale”

  1. This is your opportunity to own this treasure in the treescape. This cottage style home has a distinctly New England feel, while seeming to defy any specific architectual classification. It is located in the Anaheim Colony Historic District and may be eligible for the ‘Mills Act’. The historic name is Armbrust-Pember House. The home is sheltered by an eclectic roofline, covered in composition shingles of apparently recent vintage and in good condition. The uppermost clipped gable features a pair of double hung wood windows. The southwest corner of the elevation is another clipped gable with stationary divided light window. The entry door is located on the north side of the southwestern wing of the home, and is accented by a short cement terrace and a wrought iron fence. The house is clad in horizontal wood siding of medium width, painted in New England grey. All trim on the house is a subtle white. This historic home was featured in the No Doubt ‘Sunday Morning’ video.
    Open House this weekend from 11:30-4pm each day (1/29 and 1/30/2011)

    Patrick Sharples Lic # 01245463
    First Team Real Estate

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