On a quiet cul-de-sac street in Eagle Rock, one thing stands out: an unaltered, mint condition, mid-century post and beam.
Designed by architect Bruce Warren Norcross as his residence, the home’s midcentury appeal starts curbside with the structure well-integrated into its roughly .69-acre lot at 5325 Hermosa Ave.
The interior holds three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It features classic U.S.C. School of Architecture design details such as cantilevered overhangs, wood-beam ceilings, brick floors, a fireplace in the living room, matched grain walnut built-ins and fixtures, and large floor-to-ceiling walls of glass blurring the lines between the inside and out. There’s also a remarkable vintage kitchen with original cabinetry and appliances, looking toward mature and lush trees.
Offering 1,927 square feet of living space and manicured grounds with a pool, the residence is asking $7,000 per month.
Listing courtesy of Ilana Gafni – Crosby Doe