Restored with the guidance of John Lautner’s associate, Helena Arahuete, the Harry and Pauline Williams Residence is on the market for the first time ever.
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 up the hill on 3329 Ledgewood Drive. Completed in 1952, 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.
Listing courtesy of Marc Silver – Compass