66 years later, modernists still delight in the architectural details of Smith and Williams’s midcentury modern home in Cheviot Hills.
Whitney R. Smith, designer of Case Study house No. 6 (aka the Loggia House) and Wayne R. Williams were a Pasadena-based architectural team who “developed a pragmatic modernism that, through remarkable site planning and design, integrated landscape and building.”
Hidden from the street, 2768 Monte Mar Terrace sits on a 14,613-square-foot lot, overlooking the golf course of the Hillcrest Country Club.
Measuring 2,259 square feet, the post and beam structure spans two floors containing four bedrooms, three bathrooms. Within the open floor plan, architectural highlights include a fireplace in the living room, wood ceilings, stone pillars, Saltillo tile floors, and walls of glass.
Outside you’ll find a swimming pool and a beautifully landscaped yard with a koi pond.
The home is listed for $2.9 million.
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Listing courtesy of Ron Wynn, and Fiora Aston – Coldwell Banker