The living room is bright and airy.

Plus, high ceilings and walls of glass

There’s a lot that’s very chic about this striking Rancho Palos Verdes home, starting with its tongue-and-groove cedar exterior.

The cool factor of the multi-level, sprawling four-bedroom, two-bathroom home, which was built in 1974, only increases inside, where beautiful wood paneling, vaulted and beamed ceilings, skylights, and walls of glass abound.

The house was designed by Claremont-based architecture firm Tozier and Abbott, but has recently been updated to include dual-paned windows, central air conditioning, and quartz counters in the kitchen.

The 2,200-square-foot house sits on a half-acre lot, and makes use of the outdoor space through a number of patios and a rear balcony with ocean views.

28987 Palos Verdes Drive East is asking $1.42 million. It’s listed with Tony Accardo of Compass.

Walls of glass and beamed ceilings are just a few of the house’s best features.
Access to the outdoors from this bedroom is a major plus.
There are new quartz counters in the kitchen.
One of many patios and outdoor spaces the home has to offer.
The cedar exterior of the home.

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