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Own a piece of California history with this Classic Queen Anne Victorian at 225 Buck, a local icon for more than 125 years. This magical property has been transformed from the Buck Foundation headquarters to a family home, now waiting for the next legacy to begin. There are 3 structures on estate: The 4.5k sqft Main House, the 3k sqft Carriage House event center, & 1k sqft Cottage 2b/2b. The 1.34 acre estate transports you to a fairytale land.
The DeVille was originally The Clark, which opened in 1926, during the silent movie era. It closed nearly 30 years ago, a victim of time and the era of multiplexes, then housed a church for a time. The church congregation moved out of the building and it sat empty for years before Johnson assumed ownership.
Rechristened the DeVille, it opened to much fanfare to a select group of local residents, business people and elected officials, with political comedian Will Durst serving as event emcee at the private gathering. Antsy McClain & The Trailer Park Troubadours, a Nashville-based Americana band with a wry sense of humor reflected in its song list, served as the evening’s entertainment. Several of those who attended that night predicted that the dazzlingly new theater — the stage highlighted by a restored, shiny proscenium and a red curtain, its overall interior color scheme a sophisticated Art Deco-inspired black and gray — would transform downtown Vacaville.