The 'perfect' house listed on Zillow in California hardened my side.  'sharp sight'

Like “the perfect house?” Is there anything to say? Because every home is different, it may not be—but this stunning mid-century modern might be as perfect as you get.

At least according to the popular real estate social media page.

Five bedroom, five bathroom Listed for $4.488 million in Sierra Madre, California, it was designed by architect John Andre Gujun and has an old-fashioned vibe that looks like something out of a 1963 magazine.

The definition of modern resort-style living, this home offers an open floor plan, vaulted construction and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer stunning views of the San Gabriel Mountains, Valley and Downtown LA,” says the listing on “On a clear day, you’ll enjoy views of Catalina Island in the distance and feel at peace in the natural silence that surrounds you.”

Features of the 6,769 square foot home include:

  • Closed driveway

  • Privacy

  • swimming pool

  • Many windows

  • The lights of the sky

  • premises

  • balconies

  • wet bar

  • Sauna room

  • Wine room

  • Three fireplaces

  • Cool family room

The house is posted Zillow has gone wild – Facebook page and Twitter account highlighting attractive homes for sale around the country.

“Here’s a perfectly modern open house designed by architect John Andre Goguen in Sierra Madre, CA. $4,488,000 5 bd, 5 ba 6,769 sq ft 2.6 acres,” the post says.

You know, this is a sharp looking house. Too much brown for my taste but I can still appreciate all the angles and polygons thrown in your face, someone said.

I like it, but it feels like a fancy dentist’s office to me,” one person observed.

“I love how warm this house is! It doesn’t feel clean and modern like all the new construction,” observed another.

This is very beautiful and modern is not my thing I will keep this close to my heart,” one person said.

Dream house revealed” one person tweeted.

Sierra Madre is about 20 miles northeast of Los Angeles.

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