Turquoise stained concrete floors below, original wood-beamed ceilings above.

The three-bedroom house has a fun, retro flair and lots of modern-day additions

This 1950s-built Pacoima dwelling leans into its midcentury roots but seamlessly mixes in plenty of contemporary updates for an effect that strikes a sweet balance between the two.

The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home has its original wood-beamed ceilings and a few vintage appliances in the kitchen, as well as some retro breeze blocks in front of the house.

But interiors also feature up-to-date details: concrete floors stained turquoise, kitchen countertops by designer Jonathan Adler, custom cabinets, and, in one bedroom, brand-new cork floors.

13063 Montford Street also has a pool and a covered patio area in its backyard, making it an ideal retreat in the summer.

The house is listed for $489,000 with Robbie Conley of Compass.

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