6 houses built in the 1980s
Loon Call was built in 1989 on a granite hill covered with spruce trees on Treasure Island. The three bedroom house has a chef’s kitchen; a large room with dining area and balcony; a master suite with private terrace, dressing room and spa bathroom; two guest rooms with shared terrace; and a glass-walled tower with ocean and island views.
The lot includes 465 feet of waterfront at Flanders Bay; city amenities and Acadia National Park are minutes away. $ 888,500. Jamie O’Keefe, LandVest / Christie’s International Real Estate, (207) 299-8732.
This regionally inspired house from 1981 overlooks the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez mountains. The five-bedroom house features beamed ceilings, multiple fireplaces, tiled and parquet floors, painted tiles, and carved wood details.
The 20-acre property includes courtyards, patios, a spa, a two-bedroom guesthouse, an art studio, and a barn converted into a workshop; the community offers tennis, allows horses and is 20 minutes from the Plaza. $ 2,195,000. Britt Klein and Marion Skubi, Sotheby’s International Realty – Santa Fe Brokerage, (505) 988-2533.
San Anselmo, California
Set on a hill above the Mount Tamalpais watershed, this 1988 home offers city, mountain and water views from floor-to-ceiling windows. The five bedroom home also features high ceilings, decorative crown moldings, a stepped living room with fireplace, dining room, diner kitchen, wet bar, two laundry rooms, a master suite with fireplace and dressing room. , and a wraparound porch with kitchenette.
The 1.65 acre wooded lot features a two-level brick patio with a barbecue, sink, wet bar and fireplace. $ 3,495,000. Aviva Kamler, Sotheby’s International Realty – San Francisco, (415) 717-1056.
This contemporary three bedroom home was built in 1988. The home features large windows, skylights, French doors, inlaid hardwood floors and coffered ceilings, and includes a chef’s kitchen; a master bedroom with fireplace, dressing room and bathroom with bathtub; a separate living and working space with kitchenette; and a tiled terrace.
The property sits on a hill in Kings Heights overlooking the town and the mountains, minutes from hiking trails and the Alphabet District. $ 1,525,000. Libby Murphy Benz, Windermere Real Estate / Luxury Portfolio International, (503) 706-2385.
Livingston, New Jersey
Perched on the highest point in Livingston, this custom-built 1981 five-bedroom home offers miles of views from three large terraces, one with a fireplace. The open concept home includes a living room with cathedral ceilings and bay windows; a parental suite with living room, stone fireplace and jacuzzi; an oak paneled library with fireplace; and a games room sharing a double-sided brick fireplace with a gym.
The park-like land surrounded by mature trees is landscaped with lawns, stone walls, plantings and a koi pond. $ 1,875,000. Jamie Silverman, Coldwell Banker Realty, (973) 632-9913.
Light enters this three-bedroom, split-level 1980’s through floor-to-ceiling windows and skylights. The house has a fireplace and ceiling fans as well as central heating and air conditioning; carpet and wood floors; a living room with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams; and a dining kitchen with a bay window opening onto a large terrace.
The wooded lot, in the community of Cedar Cliffs, is a short drive from the freeway and Truist Park, home of the Atlanta Braves. $ 485,000. Stéphanie Kensinger, Wynd Realty, (678) 858-0063.
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