Located in the up-and-coming enclave of La Mesa, the midcentury-modern abode will likely go fast.
A classic post-and-beam retreat in the hills of San Diego County is one of the decade’s first new listings. Offering a warm wood interior, cozy outdoor spaces, and nearly seamless glass walls, the Beverly House embraces the quintessential midcentury-modern aesthetic. The current architect-and-artist homeowners have even outfitted the space in vintage, period furniture to complete the look.
The journey to this three-bedroom, three-bathroom abode begins with a winding journey into the hills behind La Mesa, an increasingly popular town about 11 miles from downtown San Diego. An understated street-level facade greets visitors, with a walkway leading up to the entrance and into the canopy of surrounding trees.
Inside, the top level provides a treetop-like views of La Mesa and the Laguna Mountains from the open-concept kitchen and living room. The middle level houses the second bedroom and two bathrooms while a separate unit is set up as a fully-contained in-law suite. Several detached structures are scattered around the property, offering additional studio or multi-purpose areas.
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