This 1960s 1,647 sq. ft. one-story Eichler style modern ranch home was in serious need of modern amenities. Keeping true to the Eichler style architecture, emphasis was placed on maintaining a casual indoor/outdoor living space complete with signature features such as a floor-to-ceiling fireplace that uses brick on both the inside and outside to blend the home with the outdoors. The home features exposed beams, an expanse of plate glass, and a flat roof with the garage facing the street and a majority of the living areas open to the rear of the home.
This one-story, 4 bedroom/2.5 bathroom home was transformed from top to bottom with Pasadena Robles floor tile (with the exception of the bathrooms), new baseboards and crown molding, new interior doors, windows, hardware and plumbing fixtures.
The kitchen was outfit with a commercial grade Wolf oven, microwave, coffee maker and gas cooktop; Bosch dishwasher; Cirrus range hood; and SubZero wine storage and refrigerator/freezer. Beautiful gray Neolith countertops were used for the kitchen island and hall with a 1” built up square edge. Smoke-colored Island glass was designed into a full height backsplash. Bathrooms were laid with Ivory Ceramic tile and walnut cabinets.