This home is fresh on the market…and it’s unique, even as far as Cliff Mays go. There’s the usual list of things we look for in a Cliff May: originality, good location, infrastructure upgrades, and aesthetics. This home checks most of the right boxes. I’m actually most intrigued by the exterior and the landscaping. Whenever you have a Cliff May home (or any modern home for that matter), you have a lot of glass. And the outside counts! Mostly because you see so much of it out your windows. I’m a big fan of “living driveways” like this one — they let you reclaim the space.
The inside of this home is a mixed bag. It’s an earlier phase I home, so it has the crank windows and tongue and groove ceilings — a definite plus. I like the master bath, but some of the flooring choices and the fresh-but-off-target kitchen are leaving me feeling a little bummed. I like the two-tone sanded beams and white ceilings — it’s a unique look and one that I’d like to see more often. But the wood cabinets just seem to overload me with woodgrain. Everybody has a balance.
Regardless, this is a wonderful example and it should be on your shopping list for the great location and landscaping alone. Want to check it out? Give us a call or shoot us an email.
|Home size||1,336 sq ft|
|Lot Size||5,357 sqft|
|Days on Market||56|
Built in 1953 in phase one of the serene Rancho Estates tract, this Cliff May designed home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a remodeled kitchen, and expanded master closet space in 1,336 square feet of living area. The home is equipped with air conditioning for the warm summer months and forced air heating and a fireplace for winter. Other features of the property include multiple outdoor entertainment areas (with plenty of room for a pool), a detached two car garage, open beam ceilings, clerestory windows, and a dedicated indoor laundry area. This tranquil and private property is located in a quiet interior location within the Rancho Estates, a peaceful community characterized by tree-lined streets, midcentury modern architecture, pride of ownership and a strong sense of community.
Property Type(s): Single Family
|Last Updated||12/11/2015||Tract||Rancho (RNC)|
|Year Built||1953||Community||33 - Lakewood Plaza, Rancho|
|Garage Spaces||n/a||County||Los Angeles|
|School District||Long Beach Unified|
|Lot||0.123||Area||33 - Lakewood Plaza, Rancho|
|Pool Description||None||Sewer||Sewer Connected,Sewer In Street|
|Utilities||District/Public; Sewer Connected,Sewer In Street;||View Description||Courtyard|
|Appliances||Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal, Gas Range, Microwave, Refrigerator|
|Heat||Fireplace, Forced Air|
|Interior||Bathtub, Beamed Ceilings, Copper Plumbing Full, Open Floor Plan, Shower|
|LotDescription||Access via City Streets, Sprinkler System|
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