My Home As Art :: Mid-Century Modern. Redefined.

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Presented by Dorothy Korostoff & Carol Ortega

This stunning award-winning, custom-built Mid-Century Modern is nestled in the foothills of La Canada Flintridge. Reimagined in 2008 by designer Jamie Bush and Osborn Architects, this home was awarded a prestigious Architectural Merit Award by Pasadena Foothill AIA in 2012, and has been featured in several international magazines and books. Set on a quiet cul-de-sac on a 1/2 acre of land, with numerous mature pine and oak trees, this home features five bedrooms – many leading out to private patios, two of which are en suite Masters – five bathrooms, a sauna, steam room and pool with jacuzzi. Floor-to-ceiling windows that dominate the main rooms along with black slate floors, hand-picked redwood walls and steel beams. The stainless Bulthaup kitchen boasts two Subzero refrigerators, a high-end dishwasher, oven, stove and warming drawer. Additionally, the home features heated bathroom floors in the downstairs Master bathroom, Creston lighting and AV system, a central vacuum system, 4-zone central air and heat, central sound system, projector and screen in the family room, a workout/utility room, three gas fireplaces, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, and a separate storage shed. Outdoor features include an entertaining kitchen with BBQ, warming drawer, and stovetops, UV pool with waterfall, professionally-designed gardens with automatic irrigation, four lovely fountains, solar panels, and a carport with large garage/storage area.
Price Upon Request
  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 5,093 sqft
  • 25,776 Lot

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