Built in 1942, it has been revamped by design firm Breland-Harper.

Perched on Mt. Washington’s Palmero Drive, this 1940s post-and-beam last traded hands seven months ago. It’s now somersaulting back to market following a substantial overhaul executed by local architectural design firm Breland-Harper, who are evidently partial to a pale palette.

The two-story home features five bedrooms, three and a half baths, concrete slab and hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, walls of glass, French windows, and three fireplaces, while its grounds contain a terraced orchard with mature tangerine, lemon, orange, grapefruit, loquat, chestnut, and fig trees.

It’s listed with an asking price of $1.65 million.











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