This mid-century home was built in 1948 out of concrete brick with typical period steel sash windows and hip and gable roof.  It was modernized to suit the needs of a family with an infant and toddler, while preserving the original details that sets it apart from its suburban, mostly ranch style neighboring homes. New rift oak was introduced throughout the interior ceiling, doors/casings and cabinetry in kitchen and baths. Extensive stonework landscaping connects the house to the site with a natural stream, views and  established native oaks.


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