At the push of a button Life got you beat? Boss under your skin? Then why not take a gander at this 1940’s “Modernique” home in the historic Mar Vista Tract. A contemporary classic from renowned designer Gregory Ain, this little dish will take you back to a simpler time with its clean aesthetic and spiffy modern sensibilities. After taking a dekko at this dreamboat dwelling, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. What kicks! A real nuclear family Your hosts are a coupla hepcats who went positively bonkers for this home at first glance. A wine honcho and a progressive educator, they enjoy dinner parties with friends and neighbors, as well as trips to the beach with their two l’il ankle-biters and dog in tow. Built for living Throughout this home, killer-diller artwork from your host’s older sapling really makes the scene. The main open-plan living area will make you positively flip your wig, with its floor-to-ceiling glass and hip mid-century furnishings. Eager beavers can literally be cooking with gas on a vintage blue stove that really pops in the bright, spacious kitchen. Outside the ducky master bedroom, the water closet is closed off from the rest of the bathroom (for modesty, of course). But the movable wall is what really makes this pad far out. Cast an eye to this feature of Modernique architecture – a sliding wall between the master and double bedrooms allows the space to adapt to any situation. Also be sure to get a load of the enclosed backyard – a real gem, with its tree-lined rim to keep peepers outta sight and a separated office to boot. And that’s large charge, Daddy-O!
Basin, Bath with integrated shower, toilet
Breakfast bar, dishwasher, freezer, hob (gas), oven, refrigerator, stereo system...
Super king size bed
Basin, shower, toilet
Bunk bed, children's toys
Children's toys, barbeque, outdoor dining
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