Tall & Handsome Mid-Century In Beverly Crest Asks $1.4M

By Elijah Chiland

Perched above the street on a woodsy lot near Beverly Glen Park, this multi-story midcentury modern home in Beverly Crest was built in 1965 and appears to have been exceptionally well preserved since then.

The tall and narrow house sits atop a two-car garage and is surrounded by trees and vegetation. Interior features include cork floors, walls of glass, skylights, and floating staircases between floors.

The home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, with 1,279 square feet of floor space. The living room has a brick fireplace and a vaulted ceiling, while both bedrooms are equipped with small sun rooms.

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