Howard Lane’s dapper Schustack Residence returns to market

The Schustack Residence returns to market looking mighty dapper, offering a unique combination of architectural prestige and generous outdoor space.

Primarily working in commercial development with notable firms like Skidmore Owens & Merrill, A.C. Martin, and Pereira and Luckman, this is one of the few residential dwellings Howard Lane — a former Mies van der Rohe student — designed in Los Angeles. Sited on a .45-acre lot at the base of the Hollywood Hills, the well-lit post and beam holds six bedrooms and three baths and features beamed ceilings, a stacked-stone fireplace in the living room, built-ins, vintage light fixtures, and floor-to-ceiling walls of sliding glass leading to a kidney-shaped swimming pool.

Offering 3,007 square feet of living space at 1816 N. Stanley Ave last sold in 2017 for $2.950 million and returned to the market in 2018 with no takers. It’s back again, looking as dapper as ever, with an asking price of $3.249 million.

Listing courtesy of Daria Radlinski – Compass

The living room of the Howard Lanes Schustack Residence
The kitchen and wooden cabinet
The bedroom and wooden wardrobe
Howard Lanes Schustack Residence
Swimming pool of the Howard Lanes Schustack Residence
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