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.

Nestled in the Windsor Hills neighborhood of La Mesa, California, the Beverly House hides behind an unassuming black facade. The home's post-and-beam design was inspired by architect Lloyd Ruocco's work in nearby San Diego.

Nestled in the Windsor Hills neighborhood of La Mesa, California, the Beverly House hides behind an unassuming black facade. The home’s post-and-beam design was inspired by architect Lloyd Ruocco’s work in nearby San Diego.

Photo by Jeremiah Evans

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.

The home's main living spaces are located on the top level, offering a perch from which to look out on the surrounding landscape. Here, a cozy family room features a corner window with views of the Laguna Mountains in the distance.

The home’s main living spaces are located on the top level, offering a perch from which to look out on the surrounding landscape. Here, a cozy family room features a corner window with views of the Laguna Mountains in the distance.



Photo by Jeremiah Evans

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.

The classic post-and-beam style defines the home's interior. Exposed wood ceilings and lightly colored hardwood floors run throughout the open concept living area.

The classic post-and-beam style defines the home’s interior. Exposed wood ceilings and lightly colored hardwood floors run throughout the open concept living area.

Photo by Jeremiah Evans

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