Palo Alto | $3.75 Million
A 1932 Tudor-style cottage with 4 bedrooms and two and a half loos, on a 0.17-acre lot
This home was designed by Pedro Joseph de Lemos, a founding father of the Allied Arts Guild and the director of the museum and artwork galleries at Stanford College. Mr. de Lemos was an artist and architect who constructed a lot of homes within the neighborhood, together with his personal residence, which was added to the Nationwide Register of Historic Locations in 1971. The Elizabeth F. Gamble Backyard, a public park that features a historic dwelling and gardens, is lower than half a mile away; Stanford is a five-minute drive.
Measurement: 2,284 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $1,642
Indoors: The homeowners have labored to protect lots of the authentic particulars, together with a brightly coloured stone porch and the storybook-style stucco facade.
The hand-carved entrance door opens right into a tiled lobby. To the left is a staircase with a built-in closet that has extra hand-carved doorways and iron detailing.
To the suitable of the lobby is the lounge, the place an authentic leaded-glass window going through the road has been preserved. The hearth has a white-brick surrounded inset with niches, and French doorways open to an outside deck.
Adjoining to the lounge is a eating room with parquet flooring. A door leads into the kitchen, which has medallion-patterned tile flooring, a desk constructed right into a nook and an space for a desk close to home windows overlooking the deck.
On the second ground are three bedrooms and a household room. On the high of the touchdown is the first bed room; throughout the corridor is a full rest room. The opposite two bedrooms on this degree have deep closets and are giant sufficient to carry queen-size beds.
Subsequent to the first bed room is a household room with a staircase to the third degree and an en suite rest room with blue-and-white tiles.
The third-floor bed room has vaulted ceilings and a built-in window seat, in addition to two closets.
Outside house: The kitchen and lounge have doorways that open to a deck with house for a eating desk, shaded by a pergola. The sellers added a second out of doors entertaining space simply past the deck, with seating round a tiled fountain. The indifferent storage holds two vehicles.
Taxes: $45,000 (estimated)
Contact: Carol Carnevale and Nicole Aron, Compass, 650-465-5958 or 650-740-7954; compass.com
Beverly Hills | $3.795 Million
A up to date home inbuilt 1960 and transformed in 1997, with 5 bedrooms and 4 and a half loos, on a 0.26-acre lot
The homeowners of this dwelling commissioned Hagy Belzberg, an architect who was a protégé of Frank Gehry, to rebuild it from the bottom up utilizing steel-troweled plaster, glass and galvanized aluminum. The property is off Benedict Canyon, north of the Holmby Hills neighborhood and east of Bel Air. Mulholland Drive is about 4 miles north; Sundown Boulevard is roughly the identical distance to the south.
Measurement: 3,503 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $1,083
Indoors: A gate with a pedestrian entrance separates the entrance yard, landscaped with succulents, from the sidewalk.
The entrance door opens right into a lobby with excessive ceilings. Past a partition is an open residing space with Brazilian cherry flooring and uncovered beams that span the width of the house. On the middle of the room is a fuel range on a poured-concrete platform; a wall of home windows and sliding-glass doorways faces the pool space exterior.
On the suitable facet of the residing space is a door to the kitchen, which has a separate breakfast space with a built-in banquette; stainless-steel home equipment, together with a Wolf countertop vary; and extra glass doorways that open to an outside eating space.
To the left of the lobby is a hallway connecting two visitor rooms, a full rest room and a den. One of many bedrooms has built-in furnishings made by a youngsters’s design studio. Subsequent to this room is the lavatory, which has a mix tub and bathe tiled in shades of inexperienced and purple. On the far finish of the corridor is the den, which has its personal rest room.
The second ground is utilized by the sellers as a big main suite. To the left of the touchdown are the closet and dressing areas, that are partially open to a rest room with a jetted bathtub trimmed in sage-green tile. The separate bathe has extra inexperienced tile, and the double vainness is topped with two almond-shaped mirrors. A floor-to-ceiling roll-up glass door within the bed room opens to the balcony.
Outside house: Each the primary residing space and the kitchen face the rear patio, which has house for an outside eating desk, in addition to a built-in barbecue. Past the patio is a swimming pool heated with solar energy. The world across the pool is landscaped with drought-tolerant vegetation, and a firepit is tucked right into a nook of the yard. Two vehicles match within the hooked up storage.
Taxes: $48,204 (estimated)
Contact: George Penner and Mike Deasy, Deasy Penner Podley, 626-807-8558 or 310-275-8880; deasypennerpodley.com
North Tustin | $3.75 Million
A 1928 Spanish-style property with three bedrooms, three full loos and three half loos, on a one-acre lot
This property has been effectively maintained over the previous century, with present and former homeowners preserving the house’s authentic wooden beams and ornamental tiles, whereas updating the kitchen, loos and grounds. It’s within the Panorama Heights part of North Tustin, about 4 and a half miles from the historic middle of the town of Orange. Peters Canyon Regional Park, with greater than 300 acres together with a reservoir and climbing trails, is a few 10-minute drive.
Measurement: 5,909 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $635
Indoors: An ivy-draped wall separates the property from the road. A picket gate opens to the driveway, and a brick path leads by means of a set of ornate picket doorways to a central courtyard.
On the suitable facet of the courtyard, wood-and-glass doorways open to the kitchen, which has Spanish-tile flooring and built-in mahogany cabinetry. On the middle of the room is a crimson La Cornue vary with a delft-tile-inspired backsplash. The pewter counter tops have been custom-made.
To the left of the kitchen is a proper eating room that additionally opens to the courtyard. Via the eating room is a lounge with a stone fire, uncovered ceiling beams and Venetian plaster partitions. The lounge faces the courtyard as effectively, and has a balcony overlooking the grounds and pool space.
Past the lounge is a lobby with a tile ground; off it’s a hallway that connects the downstairs bedrooms and a wood-paneled examine. On the close to finish of the corridor is a spacious visitor suite with a sky-blue ceiling and an en suite rest room with inexperienced tile and a claw-foot soaking tub. On the different finish of the corridor is one other visitor suite.
A round staircase with a wrought-iron banister rises from the lobby to the second degree, which capabilities as an expansive main suite. The bed room has hardwood flooring inlaid with a Greek-key sample, in addition to a personal terrace with views of Catalina Island. The en suite rest room has a marble soaking tub set beneath a window. Via a walk-in closet is a second terrace with views of the grounds.
Simply off the central courtyard are inside steps main all the way down to the decrease degree of the home, the place there’s a household room.
Outside house: From the terrace off the lounge, a path winds all the way down to the pool space. The pool is surrounded by stone, with loads of house for lounging and a built-in barbecue. The broad garden that separates the primary home and the pool has been used for weddings and different occasions; the property additionally has a lot of smaller gardens and fountains. The indifferent storage has house for 3 vehicles.
Taxes: $44,628 (estimated)
Contact: Joe Deperine, Pacific Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, 949-554-1200; sothebysrealty.com