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Woodsy ’70s modern in Rancho Palos Verdes asks $1.7M

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Featuring planked ceilings and hardwood floors

Living room with row of windows
The house has walls of glass and pitched ceilings.
Photos courtesy Maureen Megowan | Re/Max Estate Properties

This late-modern residence on the Palos Verdes Peninsula is perfect for anyone with strong opinions about which brand of wood finish provides the richest sheen.

The roomy 3,322-square-foot home has hardwood floors throughout, along with wood-paneled walls, and sturdy beams supporting its planked ceilings. Walls of glass, skylights, and clerestory windows let in plenty of light, which keeps the place from getting too stuffy.

Built in 1972, the house has five bedrooms and four bathrooms, along with an office and an open kitchen with a breakfast nook. Other interior features include vaulted ceilings, lofted alcoves in two of the bedrooms, built-in shelving and seating, and a living room fireplace.

The home sits on a half-acre lot surrounded by trees and gardens. The property has a swimming pool and spa, along with an attached two-car garage and a large deck with room for outdoor dining.

Asking price is $1.675 million. Open houses are scheduled for 1 and 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Exterior of home
Living room
Bedroom
Office with vaulted ceiling
House seen from pool