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The Monte Vista Triangle: A Nob Hill Neighborhood

Where Is The Monte Vista Triangle?

Sitting square in the middle of a Nob Hill neighborhood, is a group of notable historic residences, just north of Route 66/Central Ave. The area, bounded by Monte Vista, Carlisle & Campus Blvds, is a triangle on the east end of the Monte Vista Addition. Generally built in the 1920's, 1930's & 1940's, each home feels unique, & the diversity of style--Mediterranean, Territorial, Spanish Pueblo Revival, Mid-Century Modern, SW Vernacular & Ranch styles--is, well, darn diverse. Walk along Amherst, Berkeley or Purdue & you'll see what I mean...

Open House in the Monte VistaTriangle:
425 Amherst NE

 

Sunday February 16th, 425 Amherst Drive NE will be available to tour,
from 1-3pm.

Currently listed for sale, seen below, the classic Mediterranean-style two bedroom, two bath home is a fabulous example of the historic homes that live in the area. The home sits in the Nob Hill Neighborhood of Monte Vista Addition, just south of Lomas & Carlisle Blvds.

The full listing can be found here.