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For Sale: 13031 Wreath Pl Tustin, CA 92780

YOLO. You Only Live Once. And whether this is your first home, a move up home, or just the opportunity to get the home you’ve always wanted, life’s too short (and let’s be honest, houses are too expensive) to live in a home that’s merely adequate. Yes, this home has a remodeled kitchen, new windows, brand-new HVAC, remodeled bathrooms — but you won’t fall in love with this home because of any of those things. You’ll fall in love with the relaxed, wide-open practicality of the Cliff May ranch home design, you’ll relish waking up to breakfast in front of floor-to-ceiling windows into the backyard, you’ll wax poetically about the perfect dining patio surrounded by plants, you’ll endear yourself to family and friends with wine tasting in the front terrace, and you’ll feel safe living in a cul-de-sac with little traffic. It’s a throwback to the relaxed California ranch-house lifestyle. The Sunset magazine life. Available for a limited time.

Year Built: 1954
Tract: Tustin 
Builder: Cliff May
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sq Ft: 1,629ft

Open House Schedule:

Friday, November 4 – 5:00pm – 8:00pm – Wine, bites, live music, & the sunset
Saturday, November 5 – 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Sunday, November 6 – 12:00pm – 4:00pm – Soho Tacos – LIVE MUSIC – Come enjoy Sunday Funday with us! Bring the whole family!

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Home Address: 13031 Wreath Pl Tustin, CA 92780

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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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