Up in Lakeview near Belmont harbor, you'll find a smattering of Midcentury Modern townhomes parked between high-rises and older single family homes. The late architect Homer Rissman is behind some of them. Rissman built predominately in the Nevada desert (aka Las Vegas), and you can see the parched earth influences in this 1949 three-bed townhouse. Weighing in at 3,000 square feet, the home "lives like a SF" with front and back yards, large living room/dining room combo w/ floor-to-ceiling windows, chef's kitchen, wet bar, fireplace, and heated parquet floors. There's also an unfinished basement awaiting your visionary treatments. The initial asking price is $500K with a monthly assessment of just $180. Bring your checkbook!
·Listing: 516 W Barry Ave Unit A [Estately]