Villa Montezuma Museum

Villa Montezuma Museum This beautiful Queen Anne Victorian jewel nestled in the Sherman Heights Historic District may be lost to neglect unless YOU can help save it.

Log on to to learn more. The house, designed by the renowned architecture firm Comstock & Trotsche in 1887 for its original owner, the world-famous concert pianist and spiritualist Jesse Francis Shepard, is still closed to the public after five years and sits in a state of disrepair and threatened by vacancy.

Comrades (1887)

Could this piano piece Comrades (1887) by Felix McGlennon be one of the secular pieces that Jesse Shepard may have played? #villamontezuma #villamontezumamuseum #sandiego #victorianhome

A stirring war song from the English music hall. words and music by Felix McGlennon arranged by E. Jonghmans published by National Music Co., Chicago sung by...

A beautiful 1887 music box playing a great little tune. #villamontezuma #villamontezumamuseum #musicfrom1800s
Music Box 1887

A beautiful 1887 music box playing a great little tune. #villamontezuma #villamontezumamuseum #musicfrom1800s


1925 K St
San Diego, CA


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