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Scandinavian modern-style home in Eagle Rock asking $1.3M

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The newly completed residence is by “high concept” design-build firm the Delve Group

The three-bedroom modern replaced a 1,004-square-foot 1940s bungalow.
Photos by Emi Rose Kitawaki, courtesy of the Delve Group

Standing out in the hills of Eagle Rock, this charcoal-colored residence is a new construction by boutique design-build firm the Delve Group.

Located north of Yosemite Drive at 4845 Neola Place, the Scandinavian-style home contains three bedrooms and three and a half baths within 1,806 square feet of living space. It occupies a site that previously held a 1,004-square-foot clapboard cottage built in the 1940s, a property the Delve Group acquired a little over a year ago for $699,000.

The two-story modern is a study in clean-lined minimalism. Features include vaulted ceilings, designer lighting and fixtures, sliding glass doors, oak floors, and built-in furniture. And while the home’s dark exterior is likely to invite criticism, the developer notes that it is composed of noncombustible fiber cement siding designed to withstand harsh climates and is unaffected by high levels of UV radiation.

Other exterior attributes include an “auditorium-like” outdoor seating area with sunken fire pit as well as multiple decks and balconies from which to enjoy picturesque hillside views.

The property is listed with Rob Kallick and Laura Marchetti of Compass at an asking price of $1.295 million.

The two-story home has vaulted ceilings and oak floors.
In the open plan kitchen, you’ll find high end appliances and custom cabinetry.
There are three bedrooms, each with their own bathroom.
Skylights keep the home bright and sunny.
The kitchen opens to a spacious deck with sweeping hillside views.