First time on the market in over a dozen years, this 1937 updated two-story Craftsman with views of the Santa Monica mountains with enclosed private yard gives the total indoor-outdoor living experience. Check out the enclosed private courtyard and water-wise landscape designed by Venice landscape designer, Jay Griffith.
Three bedroom home is filled with southern light and numerous features: kitchen with stainless steel appliances and period-appropriate chrome hardware, lighting and ribbed-glass, garage finished with laundry and storage closet, custom sleek work-space, media station and storage cabinetry. Period stained glass windows light up the downstairs. Home updated with new LG central air and heat, Milgard double-pane low-E windows, ceiling fans, all new electric and insulated attic space for storage from all bedrooms.
Only three blocks long, Longfellow Street was completely redesigned by the City of Santa Monica in 2012-2015 as a demonstration project of leading-edge, green urban design concepts, including new raised permeable pavings, public art, native plantings, solar-powered LED street lights. Close to Ozone Park, Rose Avenue and 7 blocks to Main Street, and eight blocks to the beach. The best of old and new in a fabulous location!