My Home As Art :: Mid-Century Modern

1999 Altadena - 26Presented by Crystal Heatherly

Altadena mid-century ranch home re-imagined with an open concept living, dining and family room features disappearing wall of glass that accentuates the sparkling pool and grassy yard perfecting the indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Two original fireplaces anchor the living and dining room simply separating the spaces. Styled in a bohemian-rustic fashion, this 3 bedroom and 3 bathroom home’s earthy and chic vibe is unlike anything else you have experienced before. Kitchen features Bertazzoni Range, Electrolux side-by-side refrigerator and freezer, LG washer/dryer, hexagon cement tile floors and open floating walnut shelving for displaying kitchen treasures. Master suite features walk in shower with custom walnut cabinets and a more than generous master closet. Two large bedrooms connected by a Jack and Jill bathroom also features custom walnut cabinets and built-ins with large bathtub. Fully updated systems, including new HVAC, electrical and plumbing. Nestled close to the foothills on a 16,000 square foot lot, this magical home is an idyllic dream to be had.

For Sale $1,450,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2 Garage Spaces
  • Pool
  • 2525 Sqft
  • 16257 Lot

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