Living Conditioned Home :: Palmer & Krisel, Architects
:: sold ::
Agent Comments :: It was 1957, autos had 8 cylinders, Elvis was on the Ed Sullivan Show (at least from the waist up), and Palmer & Krisel, AIA were two young architects designing cool and hip "Living Conditioned Homes". Today these coveted homes are known as 'Mid Century Moderns.' Situated on an 11,000 sqft, Zen-scaped paradise this home has 2 baths, and 3 bedrooms, one a master suite. Its vintage character lives on! A U-shaped kitchen with confetti flooring, blue counter tiles and a Nutone built-in blender opens to the family room. Slide away shoji-like room divider separates the living and family rooms. Built to ensure privacy, an enclosed courtyard with fountain is viewed from the large rectangular living room with vaulted wood and beam ceiling and multi-stone fireplace. Retro baths have raised vanity cabinets and original showers with one-inch tile squares in bold colors. These desirable homes are known for the big triangular/trapezoid shaped windows that allow for an abundance of light without glare. These windows are now energy-efficient dual-pane glass. Also, a separate newer 200+ sqft studio, office.
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1560sf, 11050sf lot