Breland-Harper’s first stylish remodel in Mount Washington

Design firm Breland-Harper’s first project in Mount Washington is on the market, reminding us how effortlessly the duo turns ugly homes into proverbial swans.

Whether it’s a Spanish-style residence in Frogtown or a mid-century modern home in Mount Washington, each space Breland-Harper overhauls has an exquisite sense of openness and light. And the same goes for this residence built in 1991 on a gently sloping lot, steps away from Elyria Canyon Park.

Living room of Breland-Harper’s first stylish remodel in Mount Washington with windows and furniture
Listing courtesy of Alex Barad | Nourmand & Associates
The kitchen and dining space have a wooden table

Simplicity reigns throughout as each room unfold in a series of airy spaces filled with dappling light. Restored steel frame windows and wood doors afford an effortless indoor-outdoor flow within the three-bedroom, three-bath home.

They imported Italian wood floors and laid them throughout the main and upper levels–even in the bathrooms. Hand-poured concrete counters and steel cabinets in the kitchen, brass hardware, and exposed white rafters combine to give this house a minimal yet warm and modern aesthetic.

Bedroom with wooden ceiling beams and windows
Bathroom with a bathtub and a window

The upper level holds the bedrooms, including the primary, with vaulted ceilings and an ensuite bathroom. Each bedroom window frames the surrounding views. At street level, there’s a guest suite with cement flooring and a large closet and bathroom.

Outside, there’s a roomy terrace for al fresco dining or lounging by a wood-burning fireplace. A rustic path flows up the gently terraced yard planted with lavender and olive trees. At the top, there’s a flat mesa where you can take in the surrounding views.

View of the backyard dining place from the house
Full view of the backyard of Breland-Harper’s first remodel in Mount Washington with a garden and sitting place

The neighborhood surrounding 1732 Bridgeport Drive offers two local coffee shops–Little Barn Coffee House and Loquat Coffee. You can venture into Glassell Park and grab a bite at Lemon Poppy Kitchen, Wife and the Somm, or Dunsmoor. Or head to Eagle Rock for more dining options.

Seeking $1,587,000, there’s a two-car garage and the potential to build an ADU.

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