Located in the city’s Brockmont neighborhood, the hillside home was built in 1957. While the three-bedroom, two-bath residence has seen significant changes since then, it retains a classic midcentury essence thanks to its open plan, high ceilings, floating fireplace, and walls of glass.
Newer features include a fancy wine cooler; a media room with projector, disappearing movie screen, and built-in speakers; solar panels; and a saltwater infinity-edge pool with spa.
Last sold in 2007 for $1.38 million, the .32-acre property is now asking $1.449 million. An open house is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
- 1655 Cumberland Terrace [Coldwell Banker]