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Carmel midcentury with guest house seeks $1.32M

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Comes with views of the ocean and loads of redwood paneling

Located in the Carmel Woods neighborhood.
Photos by Ron Bird for Sotheby’s International Realty

Owned by the same family since 1952, this home in Carmel is a treat for fans of midcentury-modern design. Christened with the sobriquet “Treetops,” the two-level house has seen a handful updates over the last few decades, notably in the kitchen and bathrooms, but the rest of the property is pure midcentury, from the brick fireplace to the exposed beams.

Featuring three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and approximately 2,000 square feet, 24508 San Mateo Avenue comes with an open floor plan, floor-to-ceiling windows, wraparound deck, redwood paneled walls (and lots of it), and views of the Pacific Ocean.

The built-in shelving unit in the living room is especially nice, as are the skylights in the kitchen and the 462-square-foot detached guest house replete with stone path leading up to the front door.

24508 San Mateo Avenue is on the market for $1,325,000 through Sotheby’s International Realty.

Living room with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace, a staple of many midcentury-modern homes.
Master bedroom with arboreal views.
Detached guest house.
Main home’s exterior.