Fantastic Vintage Central Anaheim Palmer & Krisel Home For Sale – Anaheim, CA
Built in 1956 in central Anaheim,
CA is this pristine and vintage Palmer & Krisel-designed home relatively
new to the market. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,415 square feet
sited on a 6,000 square-foot lot, the asking price of this home is $539,900.
The exterior of the home shows as
classic midcentury, with a combination clapboard and stucco finish on the exterior
of the home painted in soft yellow and white. A lush green lawn sits between
the home and the street, and mature shrubs line the front of the home. The
sunburst garage door and traditional cottage front door are the only two later
additions which don’t quite fit the style of the home, but both are easily replaceable.
|Entry and living |
|Living room |
|Living and sunporch |
|Livign and sunporch |
Inside, the living and dining
rooms lie along the back of the home, while the kitchen sits at the front and
all three bedrooms are located along the south half of the home. The living
room features a wall full of floor-to-ceiling windows, which originally would
have overlooked the backyard, but now overlook an adjacent sun porch. The south wall of the living room is anchored
by Krisel’s signature modernist fireplace, topped with original wood paneling.
|Dining room |
|Dining room |
The open beamed celotex ceilings
are still in place, adding height and volume to the living room and adjacent dining
room. The dining room features a pretty great vintage dividing screen that we’ve
only seen on a handful of other Krisel subdivisions, and is fully open to the adjacent kitchen.
|Kitchen and dining|
The kitchen features
exceptionally well-cared for original cabinets with shiny chrome saucer pulls
and laminate counters. The original push-button range is still in place, along
with the floating island with nifty sliding door fronts.
|Master bedroom |
|Secondary bedroom |
|Secondary bedroom |
|Guest bath |
All three bedrooms feature
vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, and both end bedrooms feature windows on two
walls allowing for lots of natural light to enter the rooms. Both bathrooms are
just as well-preserved and well-cared for as the kitchen, with original floating
vanity and colored fixtures.
There aren’t any photos of the west-facing
backyard provided, but aerial photographs tell us that its fairly efficient in
size, with a modest patch of turf off of the screened porch. The perimeter of
the yard is lined with a small planting strip and a singular small tree near
the northwest corner of the yard.
This midcentury Palmer &
Krisel home shows great, and appears to have been well taken care of over the
years. There’s lots of great, vintage features still intact on this one in impeccable
condition. Redfin.com predicts this home will be a quick sell, be sure to check
it out before its gone.
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