Luxury real estate sales in Glendale are booming. Last month the most expensive Glendale home sale was 1944 Las Flores Drive in Glendale’s 91207 zip. This 4 bedroom, 4 bath home sold for $2,140,000 – $141,000 over asking price.
MLS remarks read: This is it, the home that you have been dreaming of. A secluded one of a kind custom sanctuary nestled in the hills of Glendale, atop one of the most breathtaking views your eyes will ever see. The fire-pit in the front will light the way as you enter. This 4 bed 4 bath marvel has intricate and custom details throughout, featuring wood flooring and ceilings, generously spacious living areas, built ins, fireplace, crown molding, large office with built ins, and upon entering, an incredible view of the city. Kitchen is nothing short of marvelous, marble counters, top of the line stainless appliances, great view, and a breakfast nook where you will enjoy your coffee and books for a lifetime. Wet bar makes this home perfectly engineered for entertainment. Master bedroom is nothing short of amazing, with built in shelves and storage, private patio with the perfect view, and a master bath that features a state of the art high-tech shower. Remaining bedrooms are bright and have ample closet space. Step outside to catch a glimpse of this awe inspiring view of the mountains, city, and sunset. Let this home inspire you, it’s not to be missed.
The sellers purchased the home in 2006 for $1,650,000.
Originally listed without selling at $1,999,000 with Dilbeck Estates for 299 days in 2015. MLS remarks read: The Cronemiller House,1950, Raymond Jones, Architect. Once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire a 2,593 square foot 4 bedroom 3 bath Mid-Century Masterpiece, said to be a classic interpretation of the Modern California Ranch House as pioneered by architect Cliff May. Built in 1950 and remodeled in 2007 situated on a rare 1.1 acre promontory high above Glendale with unsurpassed 270 degree views that on a clear day can see the skyline of downtown Los Angeles all the way to Palos Verdes and Catalina. Original detailing includes redwood paneling, steel frame glass doors, fixtures and hardware. Sleek Modern design elements of redwood ceilings, floor heating, extensive built-ins and glass-walled living areas that invite nature in-classic indoor-outdoor living. A long private drive with parking for 14 provides access to the hilltop residence. Perfect for a Celebrity and Mid-Century Collector who seeks only the best architecture with serene setting, room for a pool and ultimate privacy.
Then relisted again without selling at $2,289,000 in 2016 for 186 days with a different agent whose MLS remarks were read: The Cronemiller House, 1950 represents Mid-Century Masterpiece designed by architect, Raymond Jones. Secluded and tucked naturally into the hillside high above Glendale with mesmerizing views all on one level of a single-story private paradise. Nestled on approx. 1.1 acre promontory lot this amazing residence offers classic architectural details with extensive custom built-ins, original redwood paneling, ceilings and floor heating. Expansive open layout features giant steel frame glass doors and walls of windows that blur the border between indoor and outdoor. Chef’s kitchen offers stainless appliances and custom cabinetry, every interior room opens to private wraparound deck and front patio, all set against a backdrop of sweeping treetop and incredible city skyline views giving a feeling of total seclusion, peace, tranquility. Elegant master suite includes adjacent office, large steam shower. Wide private driveway with parking lot & 2 car garage provides access to exceptional home
You might garner from the MLS remarks, that pricing and timing are sometimes just as critical as your choice of real estate agent. I also thought the real estate photography was lacking in the final sale (click on the link in the first paragraph and see for yourself). If you are interested in learning more about Glendale real estate, give Phyllis a call at 818 790-7325.