WOOD STREETS/MOUNT RUBIDOUX- One of very few residential projects by Architect Bolton Moise designed for close friends Dr. and Mrs. Hobart M. Kelly; Harvard educated Moise is better known for his striking mid-century Public and Educational Building Designs most still in use in and around the city of Riverside and the Southern California Region. Developed to take advantage of this unique elevated site with its expansive views of Mount Rubidoux and Tequesquite Canyon and in recent years Ryan Bonaminio Park, this sprawling Mid-Century estate is presented to the market in near original condition together with the original hand drawn blue-prints and scale architectural model. The warm wood paneled entryway yields to the central hall highlighted by custom corrugated glass walls which serves as the spine of this home connecting all of its splendid living spaces. The formal living and dining rooms are afforded dramatic views of the classic rectangular Paddock Swimming Pool through the walls of glass doors; The separate family room is enhanced by a vaulted ceiling, genuine masonry fireplace and views of the park and Mount Rubidoux. The privacy of the bedrooms is assured by the thoughtful design clustering the secondary bedrooms around their collective bath as well as a common workspace and separating the primary suite and its adjacent study. Attention to detail in this home is immediately apparent, though to mention a few are the vast clerestory windows flooding the interior with natural light and the book-matched hardwood cabinetry preserved and as beautiful and relevant today as t
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