The floor plan for the home of retired Lt.
Col. Charles D. Wilson III is on display for the first time on Tuesday.
Wilson’s home, at 719 West 15th St., was listed for sale last year for $4.75 million.
The listing was pulled after the family was forced to relocate to Los Angeles after his death.
His wife, Donna Wilson, who lives in the house, said she and her family will remain there.
“The first thing that comes to mind is the great size and grandeur of this house, and the beautiful architecture, I think the people here really loved it,” Wilson said.
“I can’t wait to go see it.”
The house is located at 716 W. 15th Street, across the street from a Los Angeles Police Department station.
It is on a block that includes the former location of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, which was demolished in 2010.
The building is also home to a parking lot.
The Wilson family has been living in the home for more than two years.
The property was listed on the Los Angeles County Condominium Association’s market for $3.95 million in February 2018.
Wilson served in the Army from 1965 to 1974, during which time he was wounded in Vietnam.