The Covid epidemic was not very good as a reversal for the real estate market, presumably as Montico, California’s Patrician seaside community, where TV writer-producer Oliver Goldstick sold two properties in an off-market deal for a combined 4. 1.41 million. More than 4.9 million were housed for a lovely and nearly 1920s English Tudor residence designed by beloved high-society architect George Washington Smith.
Originally built by sisters Clara and Mary Chuda, a neighboring estate car house, the unmarried heir to the meat-packing plant fortune of the Midwest, the nearly 3,800-square-foot home has three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. Intel in Sotheby’s completes the design of a detached two-car garage and a bed / one-bath guest cottage residential, as listed by Moran McDermott. Goldstick was re-listed in the deal by Ebin Group of Realty Compass.
The glazed wood floor and the original structural details such as flute pilasters and embedded fires with split pediments highlight the fire that formally leads to the living quarters and dining rooms, a fireplace is placed along the wall of the previous books. The spacious and comfortable kitchen with slab-marble counters spreads up to date and a separate right to the backyard. The main bedroom is downstairs and there are two more bedroom N-suite baths upstairs.
The French door opens onto a brick roof at the bottom of the pergola laden with a swimming pool and a vine along the spa at the back of the house. The one-acre estate is surrounded by a shaded lawn with velvet trees and a sunlight surrounded by pebble patios and stone fire pits. Ush Herbs and vegetables can be grown in a kitchen garden, while a small garden is planted with a variety of fruit trees.
Goldstick, whose primetime credits include ABC Cult’s favorite “Pretty Little Lawyers” as well as “Lipstick Jungle” and “Ugly Betty”, has long owned a home in the Los L ফেলpez area of LA – the tax was recorded on a 1920s pan-Mediterranean villa. That was taken for 600 600,000 in the mid-1990s.