Modern homes are often accused of lacking character, generally by those with a deep mistrust of social media, vegans and "today's music." Character, of course, doesn't come from age. It comes from attitude; something that 1540 Curtis Ave has in spades. Built in 2017 by Steve Lazar, this sleek home is cooler than a Tesla carrying Frank Sinatra and the best deal in The Knolls. Gorgeous from every angle inside and out, this beauty also has brains in the form of a Savant home automation system. The open-concept first floor contains spaces - living, dining, wet bar, family - that flow effortlessly into each other and outside to the spacious rear patio and yard. Everything you see and touch is the very best, but especially in the two-of-everything (sinks, dishwashers and islands) dream kitchen with custom-paneled Gaggenau fridge & freezer. Upstairs, the massive volume and explosive light of the showcase owner's suite cement its place as the home's pinnacle, while an additional four bedrooms and an upstairs living room ensure luxury for all. Once you head back downstairs, you'll find yourself within walking distance of both Mira Costa and Pennekamp. This convenience - combined with the home's luxury, style, tech and space - means that 1540 Curtis Ave is more than just a home with character. It's timeless.