This wonderful 1949 post and beam home has a cabin-in-the-mountains feel right in the hills of Brentwood.
The three-bedroom house holds many original details remaining from when the house was built in 1949, including the light fixtures and much of the concrete work. (Many of the rooms have never even been painted. Like many homes from this popular era, it features floor-to-ceiling windows and what appears to be a tongue-and-groove beamed ceiling.
There’s an open floor plan where the living room, dining area, and kitchen meet, allowing one to imagine that the original split-level brick fireplace could warm all three areas on a chilly winter day.
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