Johnson was a USC university architect who worked on several buildings on and off campus including Biegler Hall of Engineering and Kerkhoff Hall.
Built in 1941 on 1.8 acres of lushly landscaped grounds with a motor court and a resort sized pool, the residence features architectural design swagger rarely seen today.
The two-story entry offers an emoji-heart eye inducing curved glass staircase, parquet floors, and wood-paneled walls leading to an open living room with wall of glass looking out to city views.
Hidden within a gated community North of Franklin Avenue the residence is listed for $11.75 million.
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Listing courtesy of Brett Lawyer – Hilton & Hyland