This secluded midcentury modern home renovated in 2013 by Anna Pomerantz (the former Director of Residential Interiors at Commune Design) is really something.
Completed in 1953, the best features of this modern home are hidden from the street. It’s not until you walk through the gates you see one of three magical outdoor spaces designed by Terremoto Landscape that’s filled with an array of agaves, cacti, Kashmir cypress, and more than 50-year-old Redwood trees.
The interior space has a rustic modern feel with many of the original features left in place, including cork floors, clerestory windows, a double-sided brick wood-burning fireplace that opens to the living and dining rooms, and exposed wood ceilings.
The beautifully updated kitchen features slate countertops, custom walnut cabinets, and high-end appliances. The two perfectly designed bathrooms are dressed in Heath ceramic tiles, making them feel like they were there when the house was initially built.
Nearly every room in the home receives incredible light via large picture windows or sliding glass doors.
I’m going to give Anna her props for not just remodeling her home but creating a space that has a seamless flow, lending itself to entertaining and easy living. Listed by Katie Crain, this sanctuary in the middle of the city is located at 107 N Wilton Pl. The asking price for this two-bedroom, two-bath home is $1,249,000.