Independent from Long Beach, California on January 31, 1960 · Page 75
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 75

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Sunday, January 31, 1960
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Vertical wooden siding is used on all outside walls except for the fover and Imng room walls which are done in brick veneer. Shingles are white ^phalt designs, plan X-22 has many o t h e r features meriting attention. The living area includes the living room, 19 by 13 feet 4 inches, with a convex-shaped fireplace; an 11 by 13 foot dining room, the circular family center and three outdoor terraces ·-- a front lounging terrace off the living room, a rear dining terrace off the dining room and kitchen, and a rear children's play terrace off the family center. The living room opens into the f r o n t lounging terrace through sliding glass doors. The dining room has sliding glass doors which open onto the rear dining terrace. There is a door linking the kitchen and the dining terrace. THERE ARE THREE bedrooms and two baths. The master bedroom is 14 by 17 feet 6 inches and has four separate closets, a private bath, and a built-in vanity adjacent to the bath. The other two bedrooms, 9 by 12 feet and 11 by 12 feet, respectively, have two closets each. A center hall, reached from both the foyer and the family center, links all three bedrooms. The kitchen is 11 feet 4 inches by 17 feet 8 inches in size with a window for direct supervision of the children's play terrace. The kitchen has three openings, leading to the dining room, the dining terrace and the family center. The basement stairs are at one end of the kitchen. The garage, readied direclly from the kitchen across the covered portion of the rear dining terrace, has a work bench ex- tending its full length. There are built-in cabinets at each end of the bench. There is a full basement. Laundry and heating facilities are located there. Overall dimensions of design X-22 are 40 by 73 feet G inches. A 100 by 100 foot lot is recommended. The habitable area h a s 1,008 square feet. The g a r a g e has 297 square feet. There arc seven r o o m s -- l i v i n g , dining, kitchen, family center a n d three bedrooms -- plus two baths and three terraces. To oblain pfa;is, address Viiildina Editor, //it/epcnd- ent, Press-Telegram, Glk and rina, Long Reach 12, Calif., enclose 35 cents and request House of the Week Study Plan, Design X-22. abifrV"^ ?'; rangem ?" t Is evldenf '» this floor plan. Inside living space abundant. Outs.de are three terraces that are easily reached from inside. ·LIFETIME" STRUCTURAL GUARANTEE ies* .outsand{pE Mii,ires · Uars Aitlomallc HuliV S? 3 · Gold or silyer hanil. fails wjl'ri recessed Treads . . f- ."· ' · New ,salelir;-siir.eirlp-cuslom coping. Arflo ,No. 75 oi So. 76 · · ° X 6 ".,Blue, .ceramic. file' · 3'-lo S'/j deptn · ' · ·'. ' "- TM«« iighl-Ut. amoved atlc skimmer \a)( Cpppor) ' " : " · *il canter pliim'binfc · "" ' ' . : (J rifdrn linei);-,, - . : · · NO DOWN PAYMENT . ' --3 ; 5 .Yr. fina.nqe_ ·* All cVppp Dlaiomacfou! ' r , '. tiller (S3 sq:ll, comfnorclal r.T 1 "!).' ' _i . . - · . . -. · ! «'H,P, bVomc HI Hcad'pump "' ,('6" strainer , ·· Ounlle tonsVuctlon ·' " ·· · -' !_ _ (steel reinforced) · Engl'neored p/ans t neimii's · Satin smooth rnarbgliti finish f Sales la»es, : inciin)ed ' - ·Curved shallow M .ftcps - v 15x35'-- $ 2679 Heated Pool ·/. i _ ,, . , NEWPORT BLUT POOLS CUSTOM POOL BUILDERS SINCE 1948 ^^ Model Pool Display and Offices at: NEvCtdd 6-6209 WE CAN BUY I960 STYLES and COLORS in ALUMINUM AWNINGS at the LOW 1959 SALE PRICE and Get BlUE CHIP STAMPS.TOO! BUY NOW and Get DOUBLE SAVINGS! SPECIAL TERMS DURING THIS SALE NOTHING DOWN · 1st PAYMENT APRIL 1st f 6'xlO' Concrete Palio $Q/|95 ! * *» · _ . ._ ^bvH · Completely Installed j with purchase Limited Time On!/ OPEN GEneva 1-6566 TOLL CALLS COLLECT PAonc Now tor Free Estimates.' I ' ° ^O 4 ROSSMOOR AWNING INTERIOR DECORATORS |. BANKAMERICARD. I 15

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