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1960s Modern With Updates in Glassell Park Asking $799k

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If you're only familiar with local architect Catherine Harrison from her scathing critique of Highland Park's first Starbucks, here's an opportunity to become familiar with her work. Originally built in 1966, this eye-catching avocado-hued house in Glassell Park received a renovation from Garrison after it last changed hands in 2008. Per its new listing description, the 1,656-square-foot residence features an open plan, vaulted beamed ceilings, Amendoim wood floors, custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, walls of glass, a clerestory bottle glass window, multiple decks, copper plumbing, central heat and air, a drought-tolerant yard landscaped with artificial grass and succulents, and an attached two-car garage. Occupying a 5,981-square-foot lot on the awesomely named Sunbeam Drive, a few blocks east of the Glassell Park Rec Center, it's asking $799,000.

· 3906 Sunbeam Drive [Estately]
· 3906 Sunbeam Drive [Official Site]