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Nothing catches my eye more than a well-built home. The architectural details are very important and I’m always observing them on the street or online. I simply know when a house was well planned and is well loved. That’s always very evident. What really got my attention about this house is the beautiful curb-appeal. I’d say that’s what  puts this house apart from the others in the neighborhood.

This house is located in Los Angeles, California and the asking price is $3,995,000. The house has a floor plan that’s perfect for a growing family, with 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, a very spacious master bedroom, two family rooms, a stunning kitchen, playroom, and formal reception spaces.

I really like the craftsmanship done in this house. I think it’s beautiful. Let’s see if you agree with me.

 

Pretty & Traditional

Love the fence and the architecture of this house.

Front Door

The entrance of a house is always very important and shouldn’t be neglected.

Foyer

A paneled two-story entry is always impressive.

Console

This house is staged, since it’s for sale. Although I think they did a great job, some rooms can feel a bit too impersonal. This is a beautiful setting, but I wish I’d see more here.

Formal Living Room

It’s very elegant and the color on the walls is very soothing.

Dining Room

Pretty wall color once again. I like the chairs but I think this room should have a bigger table (or a round one) if you want to keep it  “cozy”.

Kitchen

I feel inspired by this kitchen. The island is just beautiful with the stained wood. It’s not easy to maintain, but truly beautiful.

Think Sink

Great idea to use this kind of sink. It doesn’t take much space and it’s ideal to prepare your veggies.

Ample View

This is a timeless kitchen. Very classic, very pretty.

Sweet Family Room

It’s really bright and it has a cottage feel to it.

Family Room

Very inviting.

Master Bedroom

This room is beautiful.

Other View of the Master

Very spacious and nicely done.

Master Bathroom

This is one of my favorite places in this house. Isn’t it really beautiful?

Perfection

This is stunning! I love the huge shower and that gorgeous window.

Guest Room

This is a very calming room.

Kids Room

What a cute bedroom! I really like the window treatments and the wing chair.

Guest Bathroom

Beautifully done.

Backyard

Great sized yard.

Path

This is just too cute!

What do you think of this house? Did you like it? I hope you did. 🙂

For more photos: Ginger Glass.

 

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Are you being able to enjoy spring? It’s still pretty cold here and we even had some snow over the weekend. I hope to really see my flowers and the leaves on the trees soon. The sunshine always makes me feel a little bit happier.

I’m wishing you a happy and fun day! Thank you for being here!

  with Love,

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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21 Comments to 'New Traditional Home'

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  1. Spacious, elegant and just plain pretty. I love the soft color pallet and glossy ceilings.

  2. Tereza said,

    Luciane, bom dia!
    Aquele primeiro banheiro me apaixonei e a arquitetura, simplesmente adoro.
    Casa mais que aconchegante.
    Beijos

  3. The enchanted home said,

    Very pretty..love how light and airy the entire house is, it has a great and happy vibe. Love that master bath…and that room sized shower, wow you could have a party in there….beautiful!

  4. PriscilaPetersDecor said,

    Bom Dia, Lu

    Dreamy home! Yes, I agree.
    Beautiful & clean decor, spacious. I think I’ll never need a house that size, but you never know….
    Gorgeous in and out!

    Hope you’re doing well.

  5. designchic said,

    What a bright and happy space…adore the new traditional!! Hope you’re doing well!!

  6. Sandra said,

    Like many houses, details inside don’t translate well to the outside aesthetic. The front of the house illustrates the lack of attention to the impact of window placement on the outside–windows over the garage should have been planned to repeat what is on the rest of the house. And the tiny oval windows no doubt are charming on the inside and look like polka dots on the outside.

  7. Decor Girl said,

    Well, the lady from Color Marketing Group I met with last week did say they’ve finally decided white is indeed a color and this house reflects it.

    OMG, love the stairway. Would replace the island countertop though, nice for a picture not for a real cook. Very nice aesthetic overall. Calm and a great background for some nice art.

    The thing with shutters, is they are not so much a design statement as a replication of history when shutters were usable. They need to always be the appropriate size to look like they would fit when closed and shouldn’t be a shutter here and a shutter there. Shutters are a house accessory, they have to make sense.

  8. Kate @ Travelmoon said,

    What a gorgeous home! While I may not be able to move right in since it’s a little too traditional for me, I would still take it 🙂 All the paneling at the entryway with the rounded staircase has such a big wow factor! Then, there is the Master Bathroom with the huge shower and double showerheads all in carrera marble-love it!

  9. SizzleandZoom said,

    Hands down my favorite room is the huge master
    bath. What a dream room.

  10. Rachel said,

    I agree, beautiful home! The paneling in the entry way is just gorgeous. I agree with Sandra above about the windows over the garage though!

  11. sara said,

    I’ll take it! My favorite part is the kitchen… or the bath tub… or the fireplace… or…

  12. michele@hellolovelyinc said,

    my favorite detail is an architectural one: the two entrances into the family room from the kitchen. it’s unexpected and different and i so love symmetry.

    i love how you include the price tag with these properties, always makes me feel so good about where i live!

    thanks for visiting and being such a kind cheerleader. and yes, you must cling to faith and hope in the house matter.

    hugs.

    michele

  13. Elizabeth@themustardceiling said,

    Wow, this house knocks your socks off! So understated with all of the beautiful neutrals, but oh so gorgeous.

  14. Marianne {Style For Living} said,

    Thrilled to have found your blog! Really great house with stunning curb appeal.

  15. Kathy said,

    That is one beautiful home that could easily soothe any soul…hey it’s warming up tomorrow to the 50’s!!!

  16. Greet said,

    If I like it? I loooovvvveeee it!!!
    xx
    Greet

  17. design elements said,

    beautiful house, Luciane! my fav part is the kitchen too. I’m curious to see Cool or Fool today 🙂 I’m out for dinner tonight. Love Italian food. Probably no mails before fall asleep 🙂 HUGE, HUGE HUGS! Happy Friday!

  18. Cheryl said,

    Good Morning Beautiful!
    I could live quite happily just in that gorgeous bathroom. Okay, better throw in the equally gorgeous kitchen just for good measure. Their colour scheme is so soothing. I love the properties you find – eye candy at it’s best.

  19. Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said,

    Beautiful home and I love the soft colors.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

  20. ymeagrl said,

    Nice home but at just about $4m and no pool especially for So. California – not worth it.

  21. Gracious Style said,

    This was our house!!! We built it in 2008 and lived in it until 2013. Looking at it sure brings back a lot of memories.

    I can’t believe you wrote about it — thank you and all your readers for your kind words.


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