The Rubin House by architect Richard E. Nevara looks just as groovy now as it did in 1962.
The home has a head-turning street presence with a technicolor blue door complemented by red cedar siding. The interior is a pristine time capsule.
Inlaid brick is at the center of the hallway that divides the public and private spaces. The open floor plan features hardwood floors and open beam ceilings, anchoring the living/dining room combo.
Near floor to ceiling glass sliders are positioned on either end of this space, opening to the front wood deck or the rear trellised patio.
A long galley kitchen is at the center of the home, equipped with original details like Formica countertops.
On the other side of the home, two bedrooms and two bathrooms complete the private spaces.
As the second owner of this architect-designed midcentury modern you can either enjoy all the original details or update them. There’s even room for a pool. Listed by Richard Stanley, the home is located at 3695 Fredonia Dr, seeking $1,200,000.