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Rustic midcentury cabin minutes from beach asks $798K

So cozy

rustic midcentury cabin Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s

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Location: Pacific Grove, California

Price: $798,000

Beautiful midcentury design comes in all forms. Sometimes you get a meticulously detailed gem that seems to have stepped straight out of the 1950s. Other times you get houses like this charming 1947-built cabin in coastal Northern California.

Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s

Equal parts polished and rustic, the 1,653-square-foot house sits on a wooded plot of land, minutes away from the beach. It has the expected midcentury touches including wood paneled walls, a sleek pitched roof, and a light brick fireplace that anchors the airy living room.

Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s

But its adherence to period style is balanced with a homey cabin vibe, which secures its place in California’s legacy of casual-yet-architecturally stunning beach town homes. The sunny dwelling has multiple skylights and windows that look out onto a landscaped backyard filled with garden paths and trees, as well as peeks of the ocean.

Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s

For those times when you plan to host a bigger beach vacation, the house comes with a cozy 200-square-foot casita that’s conveniently accessible by walking through the backyard.

Located at 1030 Benito Avenue, this cozy hideout is now on the market for $798,000.

Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s
Photo by Ron Bird courtesy of Sotheby’s

Via: Sotheby’s