Lately, “Mid-century Modernism” is a term that has become increasingly popular due to the allure of mixing the stylistic fashions and functions of the old, and the new. While you have probably seen dozens of homes with the “mid-century modern” sticker on it, you have never seen a home that truly exemplifies the term with as much mastery and charm as 1224 Highland Drive. What’s more rare than finding a home with as many well thought-out, high quality details and finishes, is finding one that’s equally as welcoming and fun. From the novel color used on the Eichler wood siding, to the mature “Dr. Seuss” olive tree shading the custom landscaping and walkway, the curb appeal alone leaves no complaints for staying home, and believe it or not, it doesn’t end at that yellow front door. Proficiently combining the mid-century elements of the home’s design by architect Michael Patrick Porter with the high functioning finishes and appliances of today’s age, such as the electric car charging port, modern insulation for both energy efficiency and noise reduction, and Subzero/Wolf products in the kitchen, this 3 bedroom 2 bath masterpiece truly has the best of both worlds. As if touring the home wasn’t tempting enough, there is also currently a golden opportunity to experience more than just one masterpiece, but dozens, as the home is currently staged for the first time ever from local vendors and artists by CB Creative to practically make this home into a walkable gallery of creativity and inspiration.