13015 Skyline Blvd
Designed by renowned mid-century modern architect, John Hans Ostwald, the bones of this beauty are a stirring example of the brilliance of that era.
Level in through glass doors to an aggregate concrete entry. Multiple light sources highlight exposed beams and vaulted ceilings. In the living room, a prow-like fireplace with floating hearth and metal cladding, backed by cinderblock, stretches upward to a skylight and confluence of exposed beams.
The original kitchen is open to a large family or dining room. Step out to the enclosed front patio or out to the back deck. The wraparound deck frames the rear of the property and highlights its orientation toward what was once a peek of the bay. Floor to ceiling windows across the entire rear of the house accentuate the relationship with nature and gaze out at the wooded lot.
The main level includes a master suite, second bedroom and bathroom, and a small office.
The lower level with rumpus/family steps out to the backyard. A second fireplace anchors the center of the room. With concrete floors throughout the downstairs this level also includes two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a large storage or workshop space.
With original finishes and bones largely untouched, this is an exciting project primed for restoration. Sited on a magnificent piece of land, and yet minutes to transit corridors and commute options.