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This stunning 3bd/2ba Spanish revival is in a prime location, has striking views of the hills and neighboring Rose Garden and seamlessly blends its’ historic details with modern charm.
From the moment you enter the period arched doorway, you are embraced by the warmth of this home’s original character- hardwood floors, arched doorways and beautiful views from the wrap around windows.
The generous living room is anchored by its’ original statement fireplace and flows easily into the dining room with sliding glass doors to a balcony/deck perfect for enjoying the hill and Rose Garden views!
The freshly updated kitchen has a cool chalkboard feature wall, new cabinetry, appliances, Spanish tile backsplash and a separate eat-in area with original built-ins and a newly added bar. There is 1 bedroom on the main level that features a murphy bed that allows the room to have multi-function.
Up a few steps you will find the full bathroom and 2 additional nicely sized bedrooms, both with large closets. Downstairs is a second full bathroom, laundry room, separate storage/utility area and access to your large 2 car garage. The newly landscaped backyard with a mature lemon tree is the perfect place to unwind or dine al-fresco while enjoying the views!
OPEN HOUSE: Sunday, July 17th 2-4PM
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