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SOLD! 13061 Wreath Place, Tustin Cliff May

Update: This home has Sold!!!

 

This Cliff May sits on a large lot in Tustin which gives you the room to truly enjoy the outdoor living space.

13061 Wreath Place, Tustin

 

This Cliff May-designed ranch home is in a class of one. Situated on nearly 10,000 square feet of land, you can enjoy the spacious grounds the way Cliff May intended. Immaculately maintained, it offers just under 1400 square feet of living area. Inside you’ll find all of the features that make these homes unique: natural light in every room, vaulted ceilings, and the original bespoke Cliff May windows and doors. The floors have been upgraded to wood oak and the kitchen was smartly updated with maple cabinets and rich charcoal concrete countertops. Outside, the home is graciously situated back from the curb and the landscape shows the care of a horticulturalist. Specimen plants abound! These homes are designed for relaxed, gracious entertaining with a melding of the indoor and outdoor spaces. Start living the large-lot California ranch lifestyle with this turn-key Cliff May home.

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13061 Wreath Place, Tustin 92780
$670,000
1954
3
2
1,369 sq ft
9,900 sq ft

 

If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call, (949) 280-6481 or email us, stephen@ocmodhomes.com

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Stephen Meade
Stephen has lived and worked in a Southern California Cliff May home since 2005. He created the popular OCModHomes.com website as well as the Cliff May registry. As a real estate broker, he has had the opportunity to sell numerous Cliff May and other modern ranch homes throughout Southern California. Being a leader in the real estate industry, he has been elected by his colleagues to serve as President of the Pacific West Association of Realtors in 2015. When not working hard for his clients and raising the bar in real estate, he can be found exercising his cars on the backroads or backpacking in the wilderness.
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