In Turtle Rock, A Mid-Century Home Reinvented, $2.6MAuthor:Philip Ferrato
Turtle Rock is a quiet neighborhood built around a series of low hills where cattle once grazed; one of Irvine’s original planned communities, developed in Orange County’s long Post-WWII boom. The owners of this spacious c.1972 Turtle Rock home recognized its potential, and tasked architect Anders Lasater to give it a fresh look. He delivered with a sweeping renovation from the front door to the redefined outdoor space, giving this family a living space that’s simultaneously open and elegant.
Warmly minimalist, the new entry and foyer sets the tone for the expansive great room.
Warm cedar plank ceilings frame the space, dominated by a concrete fireplace.
What: We Love: Handsomely detailed outriggers– plus a view of the mountains framed by a concrete wall– that redefine the outdoor space.
More: Go to the listing link below for additional images and details. New to the market this week, it’s open on Thursday, September 5, 5:00pm-7:00pm and Saturday, September 7, 1:00pm to 4:00pm and represented by Pegi DiRienzo at Douglas Elliman.
Photo Credit: Andrew Bramasco