Architect Bernard Judge’s ‘Treehouse’ is still up for grabs

Architect Bernard Judge’s award-winning midcentury home perched high in the Hollywood Hills is still up for grabs.

Featured in numerous design publications – including landing the cover of Sunset Magazine’s November 1978 issue, Judge built his personal residence, named “Treehouse,” using a patented “innovative structural system based on a four-pole, pre-cut residential module,” that allows 9192 Crescent Drive to stand firmly on a steep 2.3 acre view lot, above the prestigious Bird Streets.

Architect Bernard Judge's mid-century home
Architect Bernard Judge's mid century home
Architect Bernard Judge's midcentury home

Completed in 1975, the modestly-sized two-bedroom, one-bathroom home opens to expansive sliding glass framing unobstructed views from downtown to the ocean. With beamed ceilings above, a spiral stair case with wood threads sits at the center of the top floor, flanked by the  living and dining room.

Architect Bernard Judge's mid-century residence
Architect Bernard Judge's midcentury house
Architect Bernard Judge's midcentury residence

Blaine Mallory, Judge’s wife, tells Curbed LA while “the listing is mainly a land sale … she and Judge hope that the buyer preserves the house.” The home is listed for $4.75 million.

Listing courtesy of Sally Forster Jones and Myles Lewis – Compass

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