6407 Via De Anzar – Chalet Tree House Miraleste Homes

6407 Via De Anzar is a Bob Halderman constructed home (famous for his unique free flowing designs and use of Cedar woods) located in beautiful Miraleste surrounded by trees and feels like you’re living in Northern California in a tree house.  If you’ve ever wanted that incredible nature, peaceful, stress free ambiance, this is the home for you.6407 via de anzar

Here’s a home in the middle of the beautiful Miraleste Homes area (protected by the Palos Verdes Homes Association so that the area has the same ambiance as Palos Verdes Estates). Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a Swiss Alps Chalet? Or how about living in a Tree House with all the adventure and fun? This is your chance; 6407 Via De Anzar is a fun home for parties inside and in the back yard. Kids will love it for the secret lofts in their bedrooms. And the home provides a peaceful, cozy and spacious free flowing fee. The back yard here at 6407 Via De Anzar is like having your own private park, in fact sleep over camping for your kids is a natural here. The back yard is a landscaped nature preserve and is incredibly private. Very quiet nights soothe with chirping birds. The schools are very nearby; from 6407 Via De Anzar, you can walk to Miraleste Kindergarten as it is only 0.15 miles, Mira Catalina Elementary is about 1 mile and Miraleste Intermediate is about a quarter mile away. Back to the home, there is a “ton” of storage throughout the home accessed via cleverly disguised cabinet doors and additional storage under the home. The master suite is a tranquil escape; wood burning stove, large walk-in closet, private bathroom with soaking top and separate shower, and yes, a private deck with romantic spa. There are glittering city light views to enjoy. This is a home that will you will love for many years to come. Contact me for your private appointment today.  You may want to continue below the map to view other bonus elements to this website including but not limited to the DRONE VIDEO TOUR of Miraleste homes and 6407 Via De Anzar  Follow the Virtual Tour here for one of the best Miraleste homes for sale 

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Why do Miraleste Homes around 6407 Via De Anzar look like they do in Palos Verdes Estates?

In 1921,a real estate developer named E.G. Lewis acquired an option to purchase the 16,000 acre Palos Verdes Peninsula from Mr. Vanderlip for $5 million. By the time Mr. Lewis arrived in Palos Verdes, he already had made and lost a fortune as a mail-order magazine publisher, founder of a bank-by-mail service and builder of a vegetable-dehydration plant. He also dabbled in high-risk mining and oil ventures. He was also reportedly $7 million in debt. The initial development was called the Palos Verdes Project, which would constitute the future City of Palos Verdes Estates and part of the Miraleste area of the present- day City of Rancho Palos Verdes. The community was called Palos Verdes Estates and consisted of approx. 3225 acres. Ninety percent of the development was zoned for single-family residential architecture. As a result of the vision starting the Palos Verdes Project on two ends of the Palos Verdes Peninsula (where Palos Verdes Estates is now and where Miraleste homes are now) then merging together, and the charter of the Palos Verdes Homes Association, Miraleste is under the umbrella of the Palos Verdes Homes Association. The Homes Association, through the Art Jury, still has jurisdiction for aesthetic approval of all architectural plans and modifications of homes in Palos Verdes Estates and the Miraleste portion of Rancho Palos Verdes. The original restrictions on architectural designs also designated three separate districts, with each district having separate guidelines for the architectural style to be used there. For instance, the Malaga Cove area specifically did not allow Tudor style architecture or roofs with sharply sloped roofs, however this style was allowed, to a limited extent, in the Lunada Bay area of the Project (that portion of Lunada Bay known as Margate).