He designed the home for himself in 1949. A year later it was photographed by Julius Shulman. (See the photos here.)
While the dwelling features the original cabinetry in the open kitchen and the shiplap and asymmetrical details at the fireplace, shelving, pitched ceiling, vertical siding and deck railing the bathrooms were redone in crisp white tile to give it a fresh new look.
And, at some point in time, an un-permitted bonus space was added sporting vintage, classic mid century wood paneling, built-in seating and bookshelves.
A private brick patio and a deck that curves around part of the house provides comfortable outdoor space for gazing out at the view.
Last sold in 2005 for $739,000 it is now attractively priced at $899,000 and is sure to receive multiple offers.
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Listing courtesy of Karen Medved – Compass Realty