If there’s one thing at which we COLLECTIVELY excel [apart from helping good folks buy and sell bitchin’ pads], it’s throwing a savvy shindig to show off all the deliciousness that featured listings imbue. This 1971 luxury rambler on Covecrest kept all of the good stuff from her origin decade [think sweeping windows, vaulted ceilings, gorgeous beams and and open floor plan], but without the shag. Spacious without feeling cavernous, cozy without feeling cramped, all 4,500 square feet have something unique to reveal.
We didn't want for views--see us gazing out those massive windows?
To that end, we took our act up the cove, spread out some Laziz Muhammara and a few bevies, and had at it [she's officially on the market, but we just had to get in there]. Our favorite nooks and crannies included the gigantic freestanding soaker tub with a floor to ceiling window enveloped in trees, the lofty skylight flooding the kitchen with light, the original stone fireplace, and the open dining and family room framed with native scrub oak [it's like a really sophisticated treehouse]. We didn't want for views--see us gazing out those massive windows?--nor were we hurting for the coolest outdoor space ever. Can we just come over after you move in?
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