After meeting Lautner at their family owned Beachwood Market, the Williamses hired him to design a home for their young family on a bucolic lot just up the hill on 3329 Ledgewood Drive. Completed in 1952, you’ll find this mid-century gem is a magnificent example of Lautner‘s early work with many of his trademark features intact, including a striking geometrically angled roofline.
Measuring 1,647 square feet, the single-story, three-bedroom, two-bathroom home was restored by the Williams Family with the assistance of Helena Arahuete, who first began working with Lautner in 1971. Offering open-plan living, interior highlights include walls of glass letting in tons of natural light, wood-beamed ceilings, custom built-in furniture, polished concrete floors with radiant heat, and the only Lautner designed inter-locking concrete block fireplace.
On the market asking $1,895,000, this is a rare opportunity to own a stunning example of John Lautner‘s genius from the original owners.
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Listing courtesy of Marc Silver – Compass