|634 Hightree Rd, Santa Monica, 90402|
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Serene Mid-Century Modern in Santa Monica
With nature abound, this 6 bedroom / 5.5 bath mid-century modern home for sale in Santa Monica abuts to Rustic Canyon Park. The home located at 634 Hightree Road was originally designed by architect, Matthew Leizer in 1962 with an expansion of the house and inclusion of a 2-story pavilion in the 1990’s by architect Mark Mack. This beautiful home is currently for sale at $3,695,000.
Within this spacious home with 4,449sf of living space, you will find true examples of the mid-century modern philosophy of design with it’s skylights, cut-outs, floor-to-ceiling walls of glass and access to nature through sliding walls of glass.
Beautiful updated attributes from Mack create bold statements within the minimal environment. Natural light fills the interior throughout the day. Views from the living room and dining area overlook the pool. Keep yourself warm with the fireplace in the winter months or chilly coastline evenings.
With a large open kitchen, this house is ready to entertain and host. Perfect for anyone in the industry who is looking for a “show home”. With the breakfast bar, it is easy to get the kids ready for school.
A custom-built library is situated within the house for all those books on mid-century modern architecture and photography.
This home also affords an office, as well.
The Master suite is large and spacious with plenty of closet space. With plenty of natural light created by the floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, this master suite has hardwood flooring and a cozy fireplace.
Surrounded by mature oaks and sycamore trees, 634 Hightree Rd is a peaceful and serene environment for living while enjoying the outdoor areas within a .25 acre lot. Take advantage of the outdoor fireplace. With beautiful gardens and heated pool, there are many excuses to stay home from work or school! Take advantage of tennis courts nearby to catch match play action.
It has been noted in the MLS 12-578473, mid-century modern photographer, Julius Shulman photographed this home.Listing courtesy of Elizabeth Puro, TP