A Beautiful Updated Mid-Century Modern Located On A Wooded Cul-De-Sac In Sierra Madre

Cocooned in the curve of a lushly wooded cul-de-sac at the base of the Sierra Madre foothills, sits a premier oasis for body and soul. A Zen-like calm suffuses throughout with earthen textures, simple shapes and green views that give a sense of quiet. The vision is contemporary and sophisticated with a newly painted interior that is both enveloping and open to nature. The landscaping has been given a facelift to allow the naturalistic beauty of the gardens to be enjoyed from inside or out.

The kitchen and baths have been updated with a modernist vibe. Bamboo floors grace the living room and main bedroom while the other two bedrooms sport new carpet. The two-car garage is attached. Just minutes to “Mary’s Market” in the lower canyon for coffee and breakfast or a delicious sandwich. Sierra Madre offers a sense of place, peace and belonging in the bewildering patchwork that is Greater L.A.

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