Have you seen those trendy house workplaces designated with abundant mahogany, coffered ceilings, built-in shelfs, a large workdesk as well as a slim library ladder?
This is nothing like them.
The home office, out in the backyard of this recovered property created in 1955, is a classic Airstream trailer.
With a park-like setup on virtually an acre, the French Quarter-inspired style residence at 2400 Santiago Drive near Upper Newport Bay in Newport Beach has 3,145 square feet of living room, three bedrooms, an updated cooking area and also herringbone wood floors.
The premises consist of a swimming pool and a sporting activities court.
A neighbor informed the realty broker representing the home that it when was possessed by Ken Niles, a pioneering radio broadcaster who died in 1988. In the 1930s, he was a host of “Hollywood Resort,”a range show that presented the song “Hooray for Hollywood,”according to The New York Times. He additionally showed up in some 20 films.
The home marketed last week for $2.95 million, down from the $3.25 million asking rate. It was detailed in February at $3.595 million. The residence was acquired in April 2010 for $1.975 million.
Chris Brigandi of Trellis Realty Professionals was the listing representative; Tim Smith of Coldwell Lender Previews International represented the buyer.
And also the Airstream office goes – actually, stays – with the house.
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