Originally constructed as the Garfield School in Grass Valley in 1881, this simple building housed one classroom on each floor. In 1905 it became a Victorian home with an added front bay, then in 1937 a shingled duplex with wraparound decks. After a full restoration, the building now boasts 3 units: a generous top floor 3 bedroom 2 bath with period details, a lower 2 bedroom one bath, and a studio JADU. All have 11-12’ high ceilings, great sun, and private decks. The south elevation window openings are all in their original schoolhouse locations and two of the original windows survive on the north side. A gravel driveway leads down the slope to parking and a new freestanding ADU.