This tiny home on a postage stamp-sized lot on Hermosa Avenue in the Airport Neighborhood is all that is left on the street. The property owner, Molly Reyna sold it to Gallo Glass in 1996 but has rented back ever since with the stipulation she could stay there until she died. She's 105 and still there.
This tiny home on a postage stamp-sized lot on Hermosa Avenue in the Airport Neighborhood is all that is left on the street. The property owner, Molly Reyna sold it to Gallo Glass in 1996 but has rented back ever since with the stipulation she could stay there until she died. She's 105 and still there. jjardine@modbee.com
This tiny home on a postage stamp-sized lot on Hermosa Avenue in the Airport Neighborhood is all that is left on the street. The property owner, Molly Reyna sold it to Gallo Glass in 1996 but has rented back ever since with the stipulation she could stay there until she died. She's 105 and still there. jjardine@modbee.com

Jeff Jardine: Last house left on Modesto block will stay as long as 105-year-old tenant lives

March 01, 2014 7:06 PM

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