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'50s Tract House Gets A Minimalist New Look

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Midtown Terrace, on the downslope of Twin Peaks and north of Portola Drive is a tightly-packed tract of undistinguished 1950s family houses on streets with "view" or "way"— or both— in their names. Mostly lacking views except of their neighbors, but with good original construction values, it's a neighborhood ripe for rehabs and modernist upgrades. This completely redone 4-bed, 3-bath house hits the market tomorrow, asking $1.195M, designed by Edmonds+Lee Architects, a firm known for immaculately crisp white spaces, with a master suite and deck up on top. More details (Viking, Sub-Zero, the Zuma soaking tub, etc.) at the listing. Brilliant, although we sense a "Bettina & Max" or "Unhappy Hipsters" episode coming on. The images look computer generated, but are intriguing enough to get us to the open house on Saturday, April 28 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm, Sunday April 29 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.
· Midtown Terrace [Outside Lands]
· Edmonds+Lee Architecture [Edmonds+Lee Architecture]
· 8 Cityview Way [Tal Klein]

Marshall/ Lee Architects

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