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Reimagined mid-century home seeks $3 million in Huntington Beach – Orange County Register

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Rethinking in a minimalist, modern style, the 1964 Huntington Beach home is on the market for $ 2.998,000.

Completed in 2017, this bright and airy 2,891 sq ft home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The disappearing glass walls open the living room outdoors, from the front fire pit courtyard to the backyard pool and spa.

Outdoors, there is a pavilion for cooking, dining and relaxing.

“It was what I wanted to be able to open everything up. I was able to entertain and make the bottom floor like a’community floor’where people could get together,” said the homeowner. Scott Bailey Told Southern California Newsgroup In 2019.

This house is the author Francesque Zamoramora’s “California Style: Paradise Edge Architecture”Published in 2021.

According to property records, Bailey, the founder of men’s running apparel brand PATH Projects, acquired the property for $ 880,000 in 2015 after “stalking” the Huntington Harbor area for several years.

The house he found needed renewal.

Bailey brings an award-winning Los Angeles-based architectural firm Assembly + Redesign your home from scratch. Only the footprint and roofline of the original home remain, and the two-story stucco façade is accented with new vertical cedar and black metal.

From living rooms with TVs, fireplaces and bookshelves to dining rooms, the original carpet with large terrazo tiles throughout the entry-level common area is gone.

The second floor is a hardwood floor.

Floating cabinets separate the dining room from the modern kitchen and feature Cooktop Island with built-in storage walls and breakfast bar seating.

The steel and Terrazo staircase in the entrance foyer on the rocky bed of the river leads to the intimate family room on the second floor and the bedroom, including the primary suite. The skylights of the glass-enclosed showers in the primary bathroom take in natural light.

Shared by Doug and Rochelle Kramer of SoCal Modern RealEstate Group of Remax RealEstate Specialists list..

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