image from: http://www.michaelamcnamara.com
If you have kindergarten nostalgia, or are otherwise easily entertained by primary colors, I have another “happy house” for you!
This one is a 1951 mid-century rancher in Los Angeles, California.
This 2,694 square foot home is listed for sale
at $1,699,000 – that’s $631 per square foot! But every one of those square feet is hue-licious.
From the listing blurb:
The walls inside and out are a cavalcade of red, green, blue, yellow and orange and it works! Renovated by Norman Millar, AIA whose architecture is sun-filled and playful. The indoor-outdoor feeling has been maximized by Mother Magnolia Designs.
My favorite part of the house is the kitchen:
Isn’t it fabulous? It reminds me of my daughter’s preschool room!
This glam rainbow bright home has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms…
The bedrooms tend to be a little blue…
Perhaps an intended respite from the boisterous color in the rest of the house?
Outside there is a super lush terraced yard…
And for good measure, the property features a “NCAA regulation 3-point basketball court” with some bright green paint, of course:
I feel giddy now.
[All photographs are from: Photography and Website design Michael McNamara, Shooting LA – Los Angeles real estate photography and marketing]