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If the ideal Brentwood home had a personality ... what would it be? Our Melinda and Scott Tamkin of Aaroe Estates suggest it wouldn't shout, flash a megawatt smile, or wave wildly to catch your eye. It would simply be its serenely beautiful self — way more than enough to capture your heart. It would be the classic white of a sunlit white rose, embraced by a picket fence. A charming bay window and storybook dormers would speak volumes about its traditional inspiration. When you walked up the red brick pathway past the blooming front garden, you'd open the door into sunlit rooms where multi-paned windows framed leafy views all around you. In the creamy white kitchen, classic marble topped furniture-style cabinets would offset the gleam of stainless appliances. And when you opened the French doors in the living room, you'd stand stock-still on the airy loggia patio and gaze at the most tranquil, classic saltwater pool in creation ... shimmering against a breathtaking canyon view. The best part? This dream cottage exists — set with just one other home on a long, quiet cul-de-sac above Sunset. Isn't it nice to know there are rare times when the ideal is real? Property represented by Melinda and Scott Tamkin Find property details and more photos here.
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