If you miss the groove of the 1960s, you can definitely get it back by residing in this way out 3,920 square foot home that offers a trip back to the good old days, along with many of today’s modern conveniences.
Initially built in 1962 by local designer Bill Mack, and later renovated by architect and surf board creator Matt Kivlin, this cool pad offers four bedrooms and five baths. The high beamed ceilings, combined with the large windows, skylights, and walls of glass, allow for plenty of light to pour in.
In order to seamlessly combine the indoor with the out, the home has several decks and balconies, which overlook the property’s .8-acre yard.
Just a few of the many amenities you’ll find here include an in-ground pool, two wood burning fireplaces, a bar and pass-through kitchen, loads of built-ins, a covered back patio, tons of ample storage space, and lots of privacy due to the numerous mature trees. As an extra added bonus, there is also a chicken coop included.
Located at 1835 Old Orchard Road in Brentwood – in the Mandeville Canyon area – this one-of-a-kind home is currently listed for sale at $4.5 million. Private tours can be arranged for interested purchasers.
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