Tracy Mudie has created this singular house on a hidden street in the Verdugo Woodlands. Working as a sought after architect while raising four very athletic children, her home is that balanced equation of artful design and maternal performance. The result is this rare one-story four bedroom and three bath of design integrity that serves its highest purpose, the family that lives beneath its graceful roofline.
The open interior of exposed wood beamed ceilings, natural hard wood floors, and great windows is filled with natural light throughout its 2,700sf floor plan. The large new kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances overlooks the massive family room with a cool angled fireplace. The bedrooms are off the central hall. The master is a true master suite with an ample master bedroom, walk-in closet, and a bright master bath with oversized tub and shower.
The rear yard enjoys a large pool, a raised spa, and an outdoor BBQ kitchen. Additionally there is lush landscaping, a large laundry room, custom built-ins, central air and heat, copper plumbing, newer roof, and an attached two car garage. Its is only fitting that this supreme example of California architecture is a stones throw from the Catalina Verdugo Adobe and its “Oak of Peace” which many consider the birthplace of California.
offered by: Craig Farestveit