Impeccable design and beautiful rich wood colors are displayed at 1854 Tustin, Point Loma (click to see full listing) 92106. Just listed for $749,000 and perched atop the hills of Point Loma, this house has privacy and outdoor space desired by many homes in this price range.
Close to great schools and the renaissance of Point Loma’s Libery Station, this location gives you the privacy you’re looking for, and the proximity restaurants, shopping, schools and even the airport.
Designed by Donald Wickware Brown in 1960, the house was completly remodeled in 2004/2005 with beautiful brazilian cherry, and oak flooring.
Open Floor Plan with Beautiful Exposed Wood Beams
Bring the entertainment inside or out, with a great open floor plan spanning the entire first floor of the house. Areas to entertain include a spacious view deck made with long-lasting Trex decking material, and a cozy outdoor side patio.
From the spacious front Trex deck, you and your guests can enjoy a 180°+ view of the hills of point loma, including a peek water view. The Seller does have plans to build up which would encapsulate the potential bay and ocean view.
Bright, Airy Space Accented by a Rich Wood Highlight
The oversized skylight gives the great room a plethora of natural light that is complimented with the floor to ceiling glass doors lining the perimeter of the first floor.
Remodeled Kitchen with Viking and Bosch Appliances
Top of the line appliances make this kitchen great for entertaining and a pleasure to host family meals.
Here are more of the home’s specific features and details:
- 2 bed 2 bath with office space off of living room
- Wide open floor plan with windows everywhere
- 1 car garage with alley access, and easy guest parking
- Brazilian cherry, and oak flooring, Viking and Bosch appliances, black granite counters, cherry cabinets
- Tankless water heater and dual paned windows
- Newer plumbing under the house leading to city sewer
- 3 Private outdoor spaces including Trex deck viewing balcony, side patio and backyard with lemon tree
- Plans to build up to capture potential of ocean view.
For a virtual tour of 1854 Tustin, check out this video: