2334 Almond Avenue
Built in the 1890s on the south side of Salvio Street between Grant and Colfax Streets, this home was adjacent to the Nunez family’s saloon in the original Todos Santos Village. When that block was reconstructed during the late 1930s to accommodate the new Enea Theater, the Nunez house was moved to this location. The architecture of the house distinguishes it as the most prominent expression of the popular Queen Anne-style which still exists in Concord. The house is a private residence.