Feature Home of the Week: Mid-century Masterpiece

Natural beauty and light filter through walls of glass in every room of this dramatic home designed by modern architect Lloyd Therkelsen. The Pacific can be seen through the Torrey pines that surround the property. The house is three bedrooms with three and a half baths. It boasts a great room with oversized ceilings and fireplace, as well as a custom gourmet kitchen and media room. An artists’ studio overlooks a private patio and there are custom built-ins and spacious storage areas throughout.

Address: 425 Hidden Pines Lane

Space: 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths

Contact: Shawn Hethcock and Shawn Rodger, Willis Allen Real Estate (858) 755-2280

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