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The Story of 1037 Trestle Glen Road
Befitting its original architectural character, this 1924 Crocker Highlands Traditional is freshly rejuvenated throughout. Remodels of the kitchen and bathrooms integrate superbly, melding with 1920’s attributes. A virtually hall-free layout maximizes space advantageously and features three bedrooms, including the master suite, two full bathrooms, formal living and dining rooms. With indoor-outdoor allure, the kitchen presents an exterior connection, extending the living area to a secluded, terraced back garden.
Trestle Glen abounds with appeal, from its picturesque and friendly setting to its coveted convenience, with walkability to vibrant shopping, dining, and recreation in the Grand-Lake and Park Boulevard hubs. Also nearby, highly rated schools and transportation options make leaving the car in the attached garage a viable way to go.
Perched a notch above Trestle Glen, the home enjoys an elevated breadth from the street. Upon entry, period details distinguish the interior: pristine hardwood floors, Bay and casement windows, moldings and ceiling detailing. Bright and broad, the living room highlights windows on three walls including an elongated Bay window; two decoratively flank an original fireplace. Wide openings promote a gracious flow between public spaces, and divided-light glass doors adorn the dining-room entry. Within the room, a shallow alcove offers the perfect spot for a bar or buffet.
Harmonizing with the home’s vintage tone, an all-new kitchen delivers capability with classic style. High-caliber stainless appliances, including a five-burner gas range and French-door refrigerator, integrate amid timeless grey-veined marble counters and milky white subway-tile backsplashes. Exceptional assets in every niche and an ideal layout combine to optimize efficiency and enjoyment of a modest amount of space.
Also new, the master bathroom intermixes a marble-topped double-sink vanity, free-standing soaking tub, plus sky-lighted shower, wrapped in subway and hexagonal tile. The bathroom is distinguished by its nod to period style, generous dimensions, and the allure of an angular ceiling. Separated by a handful of steps, the master suite is afforded privacy.
Corresponding stylistically, the hall bathroom features hexagonal and subway tile. With vintage appeal, it combines meticulously maintained as well as new components.
The home’s lower level contains a plethora of storage and utility, including a laundry room, multiple storage areas, and direct access to the garage.