Palm Springs | $3.695 Million
A midcentury-modern home with 4 bedrooms and three bogs, on a 0.3-acre lot
This 1963 home is within the bustling Previous Las Palmas neighborhood, a couple of blocks from Palm Canyon, with quick access to buying and eating on Palm Canyon Drive. It’s a 10-minute stroll from a espresso store, a gastro pub and an ice cream store, and a 15-minute stroll from Billy Reed’s, a restaurant and bakery that has been in enterprise since 1975.
An Albertsons grocery retailer, a Walgreens pharmacy and Palm Springs Artwork Museum are 5 minutes away by automotive. The golf programs of La Quinta are 45 minutes away. Los Angeles is a two-hour drive.
Measurement: 3,125 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $1,182
Indoors: A gate and tall hedges shelter this property from the road, creating a personal entrance yard landscaped with succulents.
The double doorways on the entrance open right into a shiny lobby with terrazzo-tile flooring that proceed right into a sunken front room with floor-to-ceiling home windows going through the patio and swimming pool. A 3-sided stone fire separates the lounge from a eating room with extra floor-to-ceiling home windows. Behind this area is an up to date kitchen with a big middle island and chrome steel Viking home equipment, together with a double wall oven.
The first suite is on the opposite aspect of the home, off a hallway extending from the lobby. The bed room has extra terrazzo-tile flooring and expansive home windows, in addition to sliding-glass doorways that open to the pool space. The toilet has terrazzo-tile flooring, a bathe lined with blue tile and sliding-glass doorways that open to a personal patio with an outside bathe.
Two extra bedrooms are off the hallway. One is presently used as a den and media room; the opposite has an en suite toilet and a personal patio.
One other bed room suite, with outside entry and a walk-in bathe, is off the kitchen.
Out of doors area: The pool behind the home is surrounded by tall hedges and a concrete deck that has ample area for lounge chairs, with views of tall palm timber and the San Jacinto Mountains within the distance. The connected storage holds two vehicles; there’s room to park two extra within the driveway.
Taxes: $46,188 (estimated)
Contact: Jeff Kohl, The Company, 310-625-9035; theagencyre.com
Santa Barbara | $3.695 Million
A 1983 home with three bedrooms and two and a half bogs, on a 0.4-acre lot
This home is in Decrease Mission Canyon, on a quiet, tree-lined road about 10 minutes by automotive from downtown. It’s lower than two miles from the Santa Barbara Botanic Backyard and about 5 minutes from Previous Mission Santa Barbara and Stevens Park, which has a playground and common mountain climbing trails. Driving to Thousand Steps Seaside or the U.C. Santa Barbara campus takes about 20 minutes.
The wineries of Ojai and Vandenberg Area Drive Base are about an hour away. Driving to Los Angeles takes two hours.
Measurement: 2,864 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $1,290
Indoors: A paved path leads from the driveway to the entrance door, which opens right into a lobby with wide-plank hardwood flooring and entry to a powder room. The hardwood flooring continues straight forward, right into a front room with a hearth and backyard-facing home windows.
Close by is a eating room with built-in cupboards and French doorways that open to a lined patio. Off the eating room is a kitchen with chrome steel home equipment and a big island topped with butcher block. On the opposite aspect of the kitchen is a household room with sufficient area for a settee and an leisure middle.
Two bedrooms with beamed ceilings and built-in window seats are off a hallway extending from the lobby. They share the total toilet that sits between them.
The second ground is configured as one giant major suite, reached from stairs within the lobby. The bed room has a window seat, a hearth and a personal balcony. It’s related to the lavatory, which has a walk-in bathe and separate soaking tub, by a dressing space.
Out of doors area: The lined patio off the eating room presently holds a swinging bench. It steps right down to the yard, which is landscaped with grass and mature timber, and contains open areas for grilling, consuming and lounging. The connected storage holds two vehicles.
Taxes: $38,797 (estimated)
Contact: Dusty Baker, Caitlin Racich and Greg Moss, Dusty Baker Group, Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, Montecito Brokerage, 805-570-0102; sothebysrealty.com
Belvedere | $3,699,500
A 1948 home with 4 bedrooms and three bogs, on a 0.2-acre lot
This home is on Belvedere Island, linked by a spit of land to Tiburon. It’s half a mile from the San Francisco Yacht Membership and Belvedere Park, which has a playground and basketball courts. A grocery retailer, a movie show and a public library are about 5 minutes away by automotive, in Tiburon, together with a ferry terminal.
Mount Tamalpais State Park, which has mountain climbing trails and tenting spots with views of the ocean and of Muir Woods, is 20 minutes away. Driving throughout the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco takes about 35 minutes.
Measurement: 2,344 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $1,578
Indoors: The property is gated, with a path main from the indifferent storage to the principle entrance off a large deck.
The lobby has hardwood flooring and entry to a full toilet. The hardwood flooring continues right into a front room with beamed ceilings, a hearth with a easy white mantle and glass doorways that open to the deck.
The lounge and lobby each have entry to the kitchen, which has white cabinetry, a middle island, chrome steel home equipment and a windowed eating space. Off the eating space is a sunroom with built-in cabinetry and seating, giant home windows and French doorways that open to a different deck.
The first suite, off the lobby, has sufficient area for a king-size mattress and a rest room with a deep soaking tub and a bathe with two entrances.
Three extra bedrooms, one with a hearth and one other with an en suite toilet, are on the decrease degree, reached from stairs within the kitchen. A den with its personal exterior entrance can be on this degree.
Out of doors area: Along with the back and front decks, there’s an expansive stone patio on the entrance of the home, with a hearth pit and a built-in kitchen that features a grill and a pizza oven. A garden framed by mature hedges and timber is in the back of the home, off the den. The indifferent storage holds one automotive.
Taxes: $46,248 (estimated)
Contact: Adam Gavzer, Compass, 415-505-0714; compass.com
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