Nice bathroom - bigger and classier than the bathroom off my trainroom, which over the years has become cluttered with shelves for model trains to the point that it is more of a closet with a toilet and sink now.
Your house looks very much like the house my Mom grew up in, and where my grandparents lived out their lives. I spent many summers there as a kid. Just looking at that photo brings back memories.
I do understand why you left San Diego and moved to this house: they are well-built structures with a charm impossible to find in a new home, a town like that, in that part of the country, can be a very comfortable place to live - nice communities. And one gets a lot of house for the money - all that room makes life grand, particularly if you have a big train layout!
However, I'll temper than by adding that after owning two (the aforesaid house of my grandfather and another of that vintage in Pittsburgh), I'd never do it again. Both of mine were maintenance black holes, and drafty and terribly energy inefficient in winter. Even in the comparatively mild summers of Pittsburgh, the one there killed us with its summer AC bills. Good luck with this house, and your trains.
And again, a nice, classy train bathroom. Very nice!.