Primarily working in commercial development with notable firms like Skidmore Owens & Merrill, A.C. Martin, and Pereira and Luckman, this is one of the few residential dwellings Howard Lane — a former student of Mies van der Rohe — designed in Los Angeles.
Sited on a .45-acre lot at the base of the Hollywood Hills, the well-lit post and beam holds six bedrooms, three baths, and features beamed ceilings, a stacked-stone fireplace in the living room, built-ins, vintage light fixtures, and floor-to-ceiling walls of sliding glass leading to a kidney-shaped swimming pool.
Offering 3,007 square feet of living space 1816 N. Stanley Ave last sold in 2017 for $2.950 million and returned to the market in 2018 with no takers. It’s back again, looking as dapper as ever with an asking price of $3.249 million.
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Listing courtesy of Daria Radlinski – Compass