Built by developers Miller and Smith in the early 1970s, the homes in Drumaldry are contemporary homes with plenty of glass, open spaces and redwood cathedral ceilings, yet private because of the 6-foot brick walls built around the properties. When I first saw the homes from outside, I did not get a very modern or contemporary feel (I actually first thought of Sherwood Forest). That definitely changes once you walk inside. Here are two homes in the neighborhood currently for sale:
1972 4/2.5 – $730K – This listing has good images.
1973 – 4/3 – $790K – This one only has one exterior image.
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