This Mediterranean-Revival style house was built in 1927 in Altadena, California, and it features some pretty great “extras,” like its own orchard, organic gardens, and a separate, light-filled art studio. What really grabbed my attention, though, was the kitchen. If I had one like this, I might cook more often!
It’s on the market for $2.495 million, so take a look and see what you think.
The listing describes it as “a cook’s kitchen with a 60-inch Viking range and commercial oven.” I think it’s interesting (and kind of refreshing) that they went with white instead of stainless steel. You don’t see that too often in houses at this price range.
This house was featured in the LA Times; you can read more about it and see more photos there (taken by Jose Lara), or check out the listing by agent Ted Clark on Realtor.com. (Thanks to Nita for telling me about it!)
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