SOLD | Oceanside | $1,095,000
Coastal mid-century modern home, awarded Best Remodel in San Diego Home and Garden Homes of the Year 2008, is ideally located on a wide, quiet street looking to the Pacific Ocean. The quaint Townsite neighborhood in Oceanside boasts the North County beach lifestyle with the Oceanside Pier, the Museum of Art and all that the local community has to offer within walking distance.
This 3BD/3BA home flows effortlessly from indoor to outdoor. The living room, with cement fireplace and Nana sliding glass doors, opens to the tropical Pacific Ocean breezes. Clerestory windows and skylights allow natural light to stream in, filtered only by banana trees and palm trees located in the atrium in the back of the house. The remodel design of this home, from architect Caroline Dooley, focuses on melding outdoor and indoor space apparent in the glossy, wood, and stone finishes throughout that meet up with the tropical sanctuary outside.
The state-of-the-art kitchen includes Bulthaup cabinets, Caesar Stone counters, cork flooring and a blend of warm and bold colors that highlight the commercial grade appliances.
Sleek, chic design continues as you make your way to the main level guest bedroom complete with a walk-in closet with built-ins and a bathroom that features a floating black granite countertop and curved oval tiles.
The wood and steel-floating staircase takes you downstairs to two master suites and a tropical outdoor oasis complete with lush trees and vegetation, hot tub and outdoor fireplace. Beyond the yard, the property opens up into an ideal space for gardens. The total lot size is 14,900 square feet, giving you a lot of options! This coastal modern home will please you with a natural, organic, fun yet tasteful style you are sure to enjoy.
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