$1.5 million homes in california, virginia and texas - living room partition wall

by:EBUNGE     2019-08-24
$1.5 million homes in california, virginia and texas  -  living room partition wall
24 photoslide slides are shown in the French Tudor and Mediterranean Revival home in the Wilshire Vista district, located east of Beverly Hills and West of downtown Los Angeles.
The Miracle Mile neighborhood of cultural institutions such as the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is located in the north.
A few blocks away, there are small Esher restaurants and popular cafes on Pico Avenue.
Area: 1,996 square feetPrice per square foot: $749 Indoor: The house has been updated, the system has been updated, and the features have been retained in the past ten years.
With Norman as the background
Style tower with front door leading to a living room with vaulted windows, plaster walls and fireplace decorated with Batchelder tiles.
The floor of the restaurant is dark hardwood floors and the restaurant has a tray ceiling and a diamond wall --Vertical frame window
The dining room features a sunny breakfast room and a kitchen with felt or marble floors, a new marble counter and a restored vintage stove.
Through the kitchen, you can go to the bedroom and the connected bathroom with turquoise subway tiles and birds-
Wallpaper pattern.
Of the other three bedrooms, one is currently used as a family room and the other as a study room on the back deck.
All three rooms have closets and share a vintage hallway bathroom with tile walk-Actor in the shower
Iron barrel and built-in
Vanity with twin medicine cabinet.
Outdoor space: the rear deck steps down to the backyard laid in Part 0. 14-acre property.
Two separated
The garage was converted into a gym with rubber insidetile flooring.
There is also a loft office space with dormer windows.
The driveway is currently used for parking. TAXES: $18,688 (estimated)
Contact: Sarah Pearson, or Peter Kinnard, Compass, 310-709-1699; compass.
The plastic surgeon of ComAn commissioned Mr.
Stone is the chief architect of the Radio City concert hall and the deputy architect of the Museum of Modern Art.
It is known as a "stone throw", which covers an area of nearly one acre near Meadowbrook, two miles northeast of the University of Virginia, and two miles northwest of downtown Charlotte.
Area: 2,920 square feet per square foot: $512 indoors: the second owner bought it in 2016 and modernized the kitchen, bathroom and mechanical system.
They also replaced the roof and removed the carpet throughout the process, installing the new cork flooring that was originally laid in the house.
The reception room with a bar on the left of the front door went to a living room with white --
Brick fireplace walls and partitions with original radio and speaker niches, updated sound systems and TVs.
This space flows into the kitchen for resettlement and expansion with smooth white cabinets, granite
Island on top and glass tailgate.
Outside the kitchen is a piece of wood.
It is believed that the paneled library was added in the 1960 s.
The main suite is behind the living room with fireplace and floor wall-to-
Ceiling embedded lockers and drawers.
The en-suite bathroom features a slate floor, separate bathtub and shower, and a water closet with a second sink.
The tile pattern on the wall of the bathtub is adapted from the architect's own design of the concrete grille in front of the New York City townhouse at a distance of 130 E. 64th Street.
Two rooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, face-to-face in the central atrium.
Outdoor space: Street-
The front of the glass house is covered with trees and plaid brick walls, while the back is a wide lawn opened with Japanese maple trees.
The main suite has a private terrace and outdoor seating in the atrium.
The architect originally intended to plant a tree in the center of the atrium and grow on the roof. Taxes: $7,380 (2018)
Contact: Robert Hyde, Nest Real Estate Group, 434-242-8501; nestrealty.
The hillside building, designed by Alan Tanich, former dean of architecture at the University of Texas, is 14 miles northwest of downtown Austin.
Overlooking Lake Austin, it is close to Emma Dragon Metropolitan Park, a municipal green space with hiking trails, camps and water sports.
Size: 4,655 square feet per square foot price: $322 Indoor: Artist-
Mosaic tiles designed, laid in front of long leaves like Welcome Mat
The front door of the pine tree flows into the long foyer.
This corridor leads to two people.
Story big room with central chimney and fireplace. The 420-square-
Walking living area on the left;
On the right is a dining area by an L-
Island with seating shape.
The kitchen is connected to a walk-
In the food room, there is a dressing room nearby. An eight-foot-
The spacious deck is almost completely surrounded by great rooms, including a lookout area with window seats with views of Lake Austin.
The main floor is connected to the upper and lower floors by stairs and elevators (
There are also lookout areas).
Downstairs is a master suite with fireplace, two terraces, one 150-square-foot walk-
In the closet, there is also a small utility room with washing machine and dryer.
The bedroom has an open bathroom with a bathtub.
The shower and double vanity are hidden behind the mirror door and there is also a separate water toilet.
Two bedrooms share one bathroom on the upper level and the apartment has a separate entrance, an efficient kitchen and its own bathroom.
The apartment is connected to the library with the floorto-Ceiling shelf.
Outdoor space: 2. 33-
Acre estate has waterfalls and fish ponds, as well as natural trails designed by Mrs. Johnson's Wildflower Center.
Attached three-
The garage leads to the work room, including a storage loft. TAXES: $18,773 (2018)
Contact: Erin Greer, Luisa Mauro real estate, 512-220-0565; lmauroatx.
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