CONDO, however it feels and looks like a single family residence. Just one part of the rear wall is common. So consider this an affordable single family residence alternative. Own a historic courtyard dwelling from the Spanish Revival period of the 20s. Welcome to La Casa Torre, designed by noted local architect Everett Phipps Babcock. Enter the home through a panel door with speak easy, into a foyer with Saltillo tile, cloak closet and curving hardwood staircase. Step down into the light filled living room anchored by a formidable fireplace. The formal dining room is flooded with natural light. The adjoining kitchen has Saltillo tile floor, open beam ceiling, lapis lazuli tile counters and custom wood cabinets. A back door leads out to a quiet plaza area and access to the subterranean garage. Upstairs are three bedrooms each with their own bathroom. The master bedroom has two balconies, one a Juliet balcony. There is a spacious, organized walk-in closet. The full bathroom has pale yellow period tile with black tile trim. Throughout this masterpiece are period details and hardwood floors. The home is situated in the sought after Madison Heights neighborhood.
Listing courtesy of Cheyenne Wilbur from Deasy Penner Podley
Listing sold by Matt McIntyre from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties