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MLS #: PW19015027
Full Baths: 3
Sq Feet: 2,533
City: Long Beach
Sub Division: Treasure Island (TI)
PRICE REDUCTION!! Treasure Island living at its best. This mid-century modern home was originally designed in 1959 by well known Long Beach architects Power and Daniels as the family home of Bruce Brown (creator of Endless Summer). The house was reimagined by S.Y Park, Inc. & developed by Modern Design Builders. The house consists of 3 bedrooms (all with ensuite bathrooms), 3 full baths, plus a powder room. Over 500 s.f was added to provide: a spacious master bath (complete with a large shower and free-standing tub) & walk-in-closet, an interior corridor that links the garage with the house, and a 2nd floor loft with a 28' long balcony with amazing views of Naples Canal and Alamitos Bay! The custom kitchen contains teak cabinetry, a generously sized island with prep sink, plenty of storage, and Thermador appliances. One ensuite bedroom is located downstairs (could double as a home office) and two bedrooms upstairs (including the master). The original exposed wood has been restored and the entrance and dining areas have 17' high ceilings. 5 large Western sliders provide seamless indoor/outdoor living. The house boasts exotic Brazilian teak hardwood flooring, porcelain tile bathrooms and Berber carpet in the bedrooms. The oversized lot is 3,101 s.f and contains a comfortable front deck & a private side yard. The bathrooms are exquisitely designed and well appointed with Hansgrohe fixtures. The 2-car garage is oversized & contains washer/dryer hookups.
- 2nd Street to Ravena, turn left, veer right on Corithian, right on The Toledo, left on Neopolitan, proceed over bridge and turn right, left on Palermo Walk
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