Nestled atop Upland is a red tile roof mid-century modern home. The open aired layout is greeted by rustic wood beams, floor to ceiling windows, and a hardwood bamboo finish. The kitchen houses a wrap around peninsula that flows into a wooden counter for picnic style eating, a homework desk, and retro cabinetry and cupboards. An essential multi-purpose room off the kitchen gives access to the backyard and sprawling grounds. The tranquil yard is entirely useable and gazes out towards Signal Hill, Downtown Long Beach, the Harbor, Breakwater, and Vincent Thomas Bridge. All four bedrooms enjoy the vaulted lines that the natural roofline offer. The master bedroom faces the front of the home and piers towards Holy Trinity church. The wonderful window placement in the kitchen, great room, and living room invite an incredible amount of natural light. The warm wood finishes are true to the architecture of the home and can be seen flowing from the framings, trims, to ceiling. A newer furnace was installed in 2014, 2-car garage, tankless water heater, all located on a horseshoe street.