Built in 1961 is this San Diego
Palmer & Krisel-designed home situated on a view lot backing up to Stevenson
Canyon. With four bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,808 expanded square feet on a
9,400 square-foot lot, the asking price of this home is $845,000.
|Street side view of home|
|Front of home|
|Front patio |
Situated on a cul-de-sac street,
this west-facing home hides behind well-manicured privacy shrubs siting in
elevated planters. Behind the planters sits a raised exposed aggregate patio,
creating a large front porch and sun deck area that is partially screened from
|Living room and entry|
|Dining room and living room |
|Dining room |
Inside the home, the living room
sits at the front of the south side of the home, overlooking the front patio
area. The room features wooden floors and original exposed wood beamed
ceilings, along with a later added freestanding fireplace. The dining room sits
open to the living room at the rear of the home and overlooks the backyard deck
through reduced-sized windows.
|Kitchen with family room and dining room beyond|
|Family room addition|
The updated kitchen sits adjacent
to the dining room at the rear of the home, and features smooth-faced white
laminate cabinets, composite counters and mosaic backsplashes. A family room
addition has been tacked onto the rear of the home, and steps down from the
main level of the home, and has been finished with an open beamed wood ceiling
similar to that found in the rest of the home.
|Secondary bedroom at front of home|
|Secondary bedroom |
|Master bedroom |
The three secondary bedrooms sit
along the front and north sides of the home, while the master bedroom sits at
the rear overlooking the backyard. All four bedrooms feature the same wood
flooring and open beamed ceilings as found throughout the rest of the home, and
no photographs are provided of the two guest bathrooms.
|Backyard and canyon views|
The backyard consists mainly of a
two-level deck maximizing views of Stevenson Canyon. Much of the rear yard area
is downward sloping hillside with natural terrain. Clear railings at the edge
of the deck help give an open feel to the adjacent canyon, and a small patch of
turf sits near the north side of the yard.
If anyone out there is looking for
a great a midcentury modern home in San Diego with a view, be sure to check out
this clean-lined charmer.
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