This expansive custom mid-century modern home set on a stunning 1.23 acre wooded lot features a post-and-beam design with soaring tongue-and-groove ceilings, exposed beams and walls of glass. The 1970 home was built by noted local builder Stephen A. Mittleman for an IBM executive. It just hit the market and I will be holding an Open House this Sunday from 1-4 pm. You can see all the photos and the full listing here. (Photos by Tod Connell.)
The sprawling, California-style two-level home has 5 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms over nearly 3,000 sq. ft., and was designed to blend inside and out and to take advantage of the park-like setting. The house, set deep on the lot away from the quiet cul-de-sac street, features walls of glass and large sliding glass doors that allow access to the deck off the main-level living room and patio in the fully fenced backyard.
The house is approached via a stately, private looping driveway that includes a separate two-car garage that mirrors the architecture of the house. The new garage door can be opened via a smart phone app.
The large entrance foyer with coat nook separates the public spaces on the right of the house from the 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, including updated master bath, on the left side of the main level. All the bedrooms have expansive glass with updated cordless shades.
The large, open kitchen-dining area features soaring wood-beamed ceilings, extensive storage and counter space and new lighting. The living room, Read More >