Built in 1950, the owners of this midcentury fixer in Glendale maintained all the OG details right down to the doorknobs.
Owned by the same family since 1953, this three-bedroom, two-bath home hovers on a street-to-street hilltop site in Chevy Chase Canyon. The Chevy Chase Estates reports the neighborhood’s history includes the formation and incorporation of “the oldest active homeowners association in California, the Chevy Chase Estates Association (CCEA).”
The original architecture and finishes are intact. The home features high wood beam ceilings, hardwood floors, large (and some louvered) windows, an open floor plan, and a massive yard looking out to 270-degree
The kitchen occupies the center of the home with a built-in dining table.
The wood beam ceilings continue throughout the home, along with the louvered windows. A slatted design on the front of the bathroom cabinets simultaneously highlights the midcentury style while serving as handles for the drawers.
Did I mention this architectural fixer with original details comes with 270-degree views? Listed by Troy Gregory, the property, located at 3161 Buckingham Rd, is asking $770,000.