Shockingly chic prefab hits the market in Healdsburg for $2.4M
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290 Long Acres Place, Healdsburg - $2,385,000
3 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,611 square feet. Year built: 2012
Exterior: Clean lines, succulents and sunshine the quintessential California contemporary awaits! (Courtesy of BAREIS. Property listed by Linda Farwell, Healdsburg Sotheby's International Realty)
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Exterior: The uber-chic Glidehouse design is airtight, energy efficient and built to the standards of the American Lung Association Healthy House program.
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Indoor/Outdoor design: A light filled great room is separated from the exterior living space by a mere pane of glass.
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Interior: A cool white and natural wood color palate creates a living space that is the epitome of hipster chic.
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Great room: Or shall I say terrific room? This contemporary living space has style to spare.
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Art gallery home: Smart cutouts and large white walls are ideal for showcasing works of art.
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Entertainer's dream: Have a glass of chardonnay with guests while preparing your meals in this cool contemporary kitchen.
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Interior: The views themselves are works of art at 290 Long Acres Place.
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Interior: Plenty of room for all your kitchen odds and ends in light wood cabinetry.
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Bedroom: I love the interior design here- a blend of classic and contemporary. It's too bad the transparent bedroom bench doesn't come with the property.
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Bedroom: Sliding glass doors separate the master from a sunny deck and million dollar views.
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Exterior: The interior spaces are just as picturesque as the outside ones.
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Bathroom: A sleek au courant master bath with a view to die for.
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Bathroom: Marble-esque tiles and transparent glass walls- ooh la la!
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Bedroom: Even the smaller childrens' bedroom comes with its own private patio.
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Bedroom: A chic orange ladder leads up to a little lofted storage spot.
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Bathroom: A full-size tub with a little bathroom bench perfect for a couple candles and a glass of wine.
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Interior: Add a large piece of art and even a stairwell can look like a gallery.
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Interior: Room for a petite office at the top of the stairwell at 290 Long Acres Place.
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Bedroom: A third HUGE bedroom could double as a children's play area or a second master.
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Office: They have thought of everything here. A spacious office area for a work from home parent.
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Laundry: A cozy laundry nook with overhead storage.
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Exterior: A splendid spot for your next summer shindig with room for a picnic table and full outdoor living room set.
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Tree house: A prefab home just for the kids on the surrounding 0.9 acres.
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Garage: Room for the adults to play around in the spacious two car garage workshop.
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Exterior: Surrounded by a protected habitat preserve, 290 Long Acres Place is both stylish and private.
Sleek, stylish and futuristic – prefabricated homes have come a long way since the Sears catalog days when mail order kits were delivered to your doorstep. These historic Arts and Crafts bungalows are dotted throughout Sonoma County, but most were built with nary a concern for modern notions like energy efficiency or off-gassing materials. We wrote about one just last year, when a stylish Breeze model hit the market in Healdsburg.
Modern green prefabs like those built by Vallejo’s Blu Homes are constructed with environmentally friendly materials like no-VOC paints, dual-pane windows and FSC certified woods. But on top of all that they are just cool to look at. The hipster fabulous abode at 290 Long Acres Place is no exception.
The ultramodern Glidehouse features sliding glass doors, walls of windows and retractable cedar panels for both shade and privacy. It has three bedrooms each with patio access and a light filled great room. The party continues outdoors to a large deck that is probably as big as the entire interior living space. It is quintessentially Californian and thoroughly Sonoma County abutting a habitat preserve for Wine Country sunsets.
Grab a glass of chardonnay and click through the photos above to tour the estate.