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"Perched atop a dramatic 100-foot bluff, this Ricardo Legorreta–inspired home embraces adjacent rock formations, sea caves, and the Pacific Ocean," says listing agent Sarah Schoeneman. "As you exit Highway 1 and pass through the gate at Westmar, a pine tree–shaded road leads you to a lava rock driveway abutting a grand lavender field. The landscaped garden framing the residence features modern art and sculptures, water fountains, and purple African lilies. A recent retrofit introduced high-speed WiFi throughout the property, an extensive video surveillance system, and a major systems upgrade to create one of the few smart homes on the North Coast. As an added bonus, a commercial-grade generator provides the owner with a seamless transition to off-the-grid power when required."
"One of Alden B. Dow’s finest designs, this midcentury-modern home is immaculate, timeless, and has been updated in all the right areas without taking away the architectural elements that makes this home so unique," says listing agent Tina Patnode. "The Calvin Campbell home is situated on one acre in Midland’s Historic District, it backs up to Dow Gardens, and it’s close to rail trail, parks, and downtown. This midcentury marvel offers clean lines, extensive use of natural materials, and new (2020) oversized windows that bring the outside in and provide spectacular views of the private yard."
"Extending over two private and serene acres, this sprawling mostly one-story ranch home is a one-of-a-kind magical sanctuary," says listing agent Janelle Friedman. "The classic facade leads to contemporary interiors, which are lofty, inviting, and flooded with natural light, while floors of polished brick and handsome hardwood lend a grounding organic feel to the bright and airy spaces. Numerous glass doors open to a large courtyard patio for quintessential California indoor-outdoor living. This tranquil property is unlike any other."
"Clearly rooted in classic midcentury design, this wonderful residence offers so many design elements still relevant to today’s modern lifestyle," says listing agent Amy Owens. "This notable 1959 home, designed by architect Edward Durell Stone seamlessly blends with nature through its floor-to-ceiling windows offering year-round 360-degree views including NYC’s iconic skyline. Nestled among a wooded canopy on First Mountain, the property is a hidden oasis close to Montclair’s bustling downtown, NYC transportation, and parks. A family home for more than 50 years, it has been meticulously maintained with light hardwood floors, a two-car detached garage, and central air-conditioning."
"Welcome to Bonita Domes in Joshua Tree, California," says listing agent James Bianco. "The larger dome is equipped with two sleeping quarters, a living area, a kitchen, and two bathrooms. The singular domes include a studio living quarter, two separate sleeping quarters, and a communal bath dome. The vast and beautiful grounds consist of desert landscape, an outdoor kitchen, and a BBQ area. In addition to all these wonderful features, the property also has a small temple on the grounds, perfect for a meditation room or an area to sit and reflect."
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