Few architectural genres hark back to the “post war housing boom” and mid-century living in Southern California as much as the California Ranch style homes of that era. These low slung, deep gabled, single-level modern houses of their time were built for casual family living and seamless indoor-outdoor living with their big grassy lawns and abundant sized lots. Such are the North Tustin “Ranchers,” originally built in the late 1950’s, located in quiet cul-de-sac streets, and perfectly positioned near schools, parks and shopping. Poised on a tree-lined street with an oversized 11,400 square foot lot with mature trees and grassy yards, this stylish “rancher” is quintessential to its heritage. The home features a large living room with hardwood floors and a brick fireplace, a big kitchen with oak cabinetry, black appliances, Formica countertops and tile flooring, two bedrooms with hardwood floors, the primary bedroom with an ensuite marble bathroom, and a shared hallway bath with a marble shower. The house also features an abundance of windows, a two-car attached garage and air conditioning. Outside there is a gated entry to the big back yard with a covered patio. The home’s Tustin address ensures use of top-rated schools and all of the conveniences of Tustin are out your door, shopping at the Market Place, Tustin Plaza or the trendy District Tustin Legacy; and easy access to the 55 and 5 Freeways and John Wayne Airport. This home awaits its next owner, move-in and live in it as-is, remodel or rebuild the home of your dreams.