Love midcentury modern design? Check out this four-bedroom, four-bath home in Fallbrook, California, about one hour north of San Diego. It is thought that the 3,650-square-foot home was designed in 1950 by California architect William Kesling, although there are no building records to confirm this fact.
Called the Yarnell Residence, the home is located at the highest view point of the former D.O. Lamb ranch, a sprawling 880-acre avocado farm that dates back to the 1940s. Made with concrete block, the listing features eight-foot sliding walls of glass, mahogany paneling, and many built-ins.
Original features include a kitchen with stainless steel counters, an indoor barbecue, and a aluminum fireplace that boasts an airplane wing-inspired mantel. Two of the four bathrooms have maintained their original tile, and over the past 16 years the current owners have worked to restore as much of the house as possible.
A cheery bright orange is the accent color of choice, and the main living rooms feature wide open views to the California hillsides. If you’re looking for a midcentury modern with style to spare, 2489 Via Del Aquacate is on the market for $929,000.