Completed in 1968, the Paxson House by Buff and Hensman hits the market in impeccable original condition.
Retaining its original floor plan with three bedrooms and three bathrooms in just over 1,900 square feet, the post and beam-style residence opens to a living room with soaring double-height ceilings and a fireplace flanked by striking stained glass reaching from floor-to-ceiling.
The duo’s design aesthetic seen in many of their homes includes Saltillo tile floors, custom lighting by Conrad Buff, a gourmet kitchen, wood-paneled walls, decks extending the indoor/outdoor experience, and tons of natural light coming through towering north-facing windows.
A mezzanine-style second floor holds two bedrooms, while the master suite boasts its own enclave with an accordion wall opening to the first level.
In the same family since it was built, this authentic midcentury modern by two of the most prolific architects of Los Angeles’ Modernism movement is listed for $1.025 million.