Situated in the coveted hillside neighborhood of Monterey Heights, within one of SLO's ideal microclimates, this mid-century modern masterpiece looks out over San Luis Obispo from nearly every room. A San Luis Obispo historic treasure, this four bedroom, two and a half bathroom house was the home of architect Kenneth Schwartz and a frequent gathering place of university and local leaders. Minimalistic yet functional, it features exceptional indoor and outdoor living with several patios and decks with a heavy emphasis on incorporating natural light via expansive glass windows and doors. The home is suitable for both comfortable living and entertaining, with formal hardscaping and landscaping including mature plants and pathways. A wood burning stove in the living room provides a welcome retreat to converse with colleagues and friends. Don’t miss the opportunity to own this iconic example of San Luis Obispo’s history and architecture.
Listing courtesy of Lindsey Harn from Richardson Properties
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