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Behind a classic Victorian facade, 121 Clipper unveils an exceptionally remodeled modern home with state of the art architecture and the perfect blend of indoor/outdoor living.
The main level boasts a large light-filled open floor plan with living, dining and cooking area graciously connected to the exterior through a set of fully retractable floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors.
Centered around an island wrapped in calcutta marble, the Chef’s kitchen is outfitted with Thermador stainless steel appliances and features a sleek white design as well as ample seating for casual dining. With an abundance of natural light thanks to strategically placed skylights, the dining and living areas showcase a gas fireplace, soaring ceilings and provide direct access to the south-facing deck and garden.
A formal foyer, ideal for a home office or library, a full bedroom suite with generous closet space and attached bath accessible from both from the bedroom and outside hallway complete this level.
Three additional bedrooms, all with walk-in closets and two custom-designed bathrooms, reside on the ground level. The primary suite offers private access to the covered patio through sliding glass doors, and features a glamorous en-suite bathroom with a spa-like shower tiled in calcutta marble and an oversized soaking tub.
With both exposed and covered patio areas, the deep landscaped yard is framed by mature trees and leafy foliage and offers a flat grassy area, suited for both play or entertaining.
With exquisite finishes throughout, this designer home is move-in ready. Additional amenities include radiant floor heating, 1-car garage parking with additional driveway parking and laundry room. 96 walker's paradise to all the shops, markets, and restaurants of 24th St. Easy access to freeways, shuttles bus stops and public transportation.
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