Restored midcentury in Beachwood Canyon seeks new owner

Budding architect Robert Malinoff built this midcentury home as his personal residence while still attending the USC School of Architecture.

Constructed in 1958, the home is framed by mature trees on a lushly landscaped lot with a clear view of the Hollywood Sign. HabHouse, “a Los Angeles-based real estate development, home redesign, and remodeling firm whose main goal is to restore life to dilapidated structures and to make them inviting 21st-century homes,” purchased the dwelling last February and set out to sensitively restore the post-and-beam structure.

The fireplace in the living room
Dining area with stools and blue sofa
Bedroom with an outside view

Surrounded by walls of glass providing an effortless openness to the outdoors, 2,377 square feet of living space spans two levels boasting original and recreated period details wherever they were lost. Red brick and hardwood line the floors, while a fireplace in the living room, beamed ceilings, vintage-style built-ins, and light fixtures decorate the airy interior.

Garden and wooden wall
Backyard of midcentury in Beachwood Canyon

Located at 3378 Ledgewood Drive, Malinoff’s former residence is now seeking its third owner with an asking price of $1.649 million.

Listing courtesy of Nate Cole – Suprstructur

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