A 1960’s Modern by ReInhabit Hits the Market in Highland Park
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Open Saturday & Sunday. Please see schedule below.

New from ReInhabit:

a three bedroom, two bathroom home with guest unit

tucked into a woodsy corner of Highland Park. The selective design+build team at ReInhabit was thrilled when they discovered this 60’s-era Modern, its clean lines promising potential that they were eager to unlock. Top to bottom, board by board, the home has been revitalized, a complete transformation. One look at the color-pop front door, new aluminum windows, planter boxes and cascading redwood facade, and you know that something special is waiting for you inside.

High ceilings and exposed wooden beams make for a sun-filled living space, featuring oak floors finished in a rich gray patina. The custom-built kitchen is made of solid plywood and includes sustainable and recycled materials, with Blum hardware bringing quality fit-and-finish to the soft-close cabinets and drawers. Concrete countertops, a stainless steel sink and hand-tiled backsplash compliment the floating shelves and gull-wing overhead storage bins. There are clever and very useful cutout nooks, along with sculptural accents created by a local artist.

Original built-ins line the hallways and walls. In the bedrooms, find sliding barn-doors crafted of solid redwood, while the bathrooms feature one-of-a-kind mirrors by artist Arthur King. Custom lighting fixtures, a signature element of ReInhabit homes, have been assembled from salvaged parts and are installed throughout. Upgraded systems are numerous, including the roof, furnace, air conditioning, and a re-stuccoed exterior.

Head downstairs to the guest unit, the bonus space of your dreams. Featuring a bedroom, full bath and kitchen, it’s the perfect spot for guests or could be your private home studio — it even has its own HVAC zone. The metal St. Charles cabinets include a vintage under-counter ‘fridge and freezer by Sub-Zero. Also on this level are a huge storage room and oversized one-car garage that provides direct access to the home.

Finally the outdoors. Directly off the kitchen, a freshly poured concrete patio is the ideal place for morning coffee. Climb the stairs to the observation deck, a cool perch to relax or dine while taking in sweeping treetop views (be sure to ask about the secret in-deck cooler where you can stash beverages). This setting might remind you of a Miyazaki film; the quiet, wooded valley, the Gold Line train whistling by on an elevated track as it races down the Arroyo Seco. Mere blocks away are Kitchen Mouse, My Taco, Good Girl Dinette, Pop Physique — the very best of Highland Park. Yet you’d hardly know it given that the nearby city feels somehow far away.

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Open House Schedule
Saturday, Jan. 10 from 1PM-4PM
Sunday, Jan. 11 from 1PM-4PM
Broker’s Open: Tuesday., Jan. 13th from 11AM-2PM
DRE License 01350025
(323) 842-4001

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