About 337 Costa Mesa Street
Perfectly dubbed 'Vibrant Thing', this chic and casually upscale home in Costa Mesa’s preferred Eastside neighborhood reveals a complete remodel that checks all of your boxes and even a few you didn’t know existed. Curb appeal is off the charts, with a contemporary horizontal-plank wood fence embracing a meticulously manicured front yard, a large synthetic-turf lawn, and a covered brick entry porch. Nearly 7,865 square feet, the large homesite continues in a spacious and private backyard with a motorized driveway gate, an oversized alley-access two-car garage with storage, a covered patio, open-air fireplace, designer tile and a half-basketball court. As if taken from the pages of an upscale architectural magazine, the warm and inviting outdoor living spaces give way to an equally fabulous interior, where a single-level floorplan reveals three bedrooms and two- and one-half baths in approximately 2,250 square feet of on-trend living. Epitomizing the home’s welcoming vibe, a Dutch entry door framed by illuminating sidelites invites everyone into an open great room, dining and kitchen area with a vaulted ceiling and two sets of La Cantina accordion doors that open to the backyard. The heart of the residence is undoubtedly its designer kitchen, showcasing an island with wine storage, quartz countertops with Carrara marble subway tile backsplash, floor-to-ceiling cabinetry with soft-close doors and drawers, a pantry, built-in desk, open shelving, and Viking appliances including a six-burner range. Powered by a rooftop solar array, the exceptionally bright and vibrant home is complemented by wide-plank white oak flooring, custom built-ins, designer lighting fixtures, brick accent walls and, in the great room, a built-in wine refrigerator. The height of modern sophistication is achieved in the primary suite, where enrichments are led by French doors that open to the backyard, a walk-in closet with a sliding barn door and custom built-ins, a soaking tub, dual vanities, and a walk-in shower with sleek Clé tile and a built-in seat. Eastside Costa Mesa is sought after for its quiet streets and easy access to Newport’s Back Bay, shops and restaurants along 17th Street, numerous community parks, and award-winning Newport Mesa Unified schools.