“Welcome to the Plummer House, a custom-built 1957 mid-century block and beam that has been extensively featured in various magazines,” says listing agent Cameron Stevens. “This architectural gem sits at the end of a cul-de-sac.” is truly one-of-a-kind, lovingly restored and reimagined by the visionaries of Los Angeles interior designers Piney Interiors.The home is an entertainer’s dream.Hand-laid herringbone parquet. It features owner upgrades such as floors, massive wood beams, indoor and outdoor grills, wholly owned solar panels, custom gates and floor-to-ceiling glass sliding walls.”
“44 Willow Place in Brooklyn Heights is a trophy home and was recently reimagined by a design industry owner in a gut renovation,” said listing agent James Cornell. “A notable modernist townhouse designed in 1965 by renowned architects Joseph and Mary Mertz and one of three modern landmark approved townhouses in the neighborhood. 3,036 sq ft. It has living, dining, home office space and a coveted private garage.”
According to the listing agent, “This single level carefully updated indoor/outdoor home comes with a newly built 1 bedroom, 1 bath ADU/guesthouse.” It has plans and glass walls and features a new pool, spa, landscaped garden with outdoor seating area, covered patio, hardwood deck, concrete pad and walkway, fire pit, native plants, fruit trees, and automatic irrigation. The updated kitchen features custom bamboo cabinetry, commercial appliances, quartz countertops, and Heathlei.”
“Located in the heart of Finsbury Park, Queens Drive is a stunning three-bedroom apartment converted from a Victorian townhouse,” says the listing agent. “The renovation of the building, overseen by William Paul Architecture, has resulted in meticulously designed spaces with the help of interior designer Victoria Todd, emphasizing grandiose proportions and original character. and color palette, the apartment has a large private garden, is a short walk from Chrissold Park and Stoke Newington Church Street, and less than 5 minutes walk to Blackstock Road.”
According to the listed agent, “This quintessential craftsman in the Grand Lake area boasts a great deal of its original charm”. Left untouched, a positive twist on the design transforms it into a luxurious dream home.A spacious modern farm-style eat-in kitchen enhances its functionality.While maintaining its artisanal charm, it is today’s home. For living. Ideally located on a beautiful tree lined street, you can enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding hills while maintaining a sense of privacy.