While it didn’t look too shabby the last time it hit the market, the current owners of 2000 Mayview Drive hired architect Linda Taalman, head honcho of Taalman Architecture and co-creator of the iT House, to give the home a makeover.
Built in 1955 on a corner lot not too far from the Vista Theatre, the home opens to sun pouring into 1,111 square feet of internal living space, maximizing natural light throughout the day via a wall of sliding doors and windows, opening to the landscaped backyard, with plenty of space to entertain.
Features include newly refinished concrete floors, custom walnut cabinetry and built-ins, quartz counters, plus Hansgrohe fixtures and Thermador appliances. And a two-car garage with a fancy car charger for your Tesla.
The home last sold in 2012 for $759,000. It is now listed for $1.199 million.
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Listing courtesy of Courtney Poulos – Acme Real Estate