The new listing for 40 North Hill Court calls it a “true modern masterpiece,” but in some ways that’s selling the place a bit short.
Equipped with ebony floors, tiled terraces, 16-foot walls of glass, and a sprawling track lighting scheme, 40 North Hill hasn’t popped up on the sale block since 2008, when it sold for $2.49 million.
Since then it seems the entire world has changed once or twice, but this home’s Space Needle sensibilities remain more or less intact, both distinctly of the ’90s while at the same time attempting a degree of post-future timelessness.
Realtors Carla Buffington and Maria Cavallo-Merrion call the space “reminiscent of a home you would find in the Hollywood Hills or Malibu.” While not necessarily a compliment in certain circles, in this case it seems a little Southern California exposure can be a good thing.
The latest asking price is a fairly modest appreciation on the 2008 price: $2.99 million and change.
- 40 North Hill Court [Pac Union]
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