While this Robert Skinner-designed mid-century fixer doesn’t possess the glitz of the masterpiece he’s known for in the Trousdale Estates, it definitely has good bones.
Similar to Skinner’s other home in the Trousdale Estates, this mid-century, measuring 3,500 square feet, has a dramatic interior featuring high, pitched ceilings and clerestory windows that flood the space with tons of light.
The split level, open plan living and dining areas are anchored by what appears to be the original chiseled stone floor-to-ceiling fireplace and wood-paneled walls.
Glass walls lookout to a generous patio and afford an indoor-outdoor flow. And if you work from home, there’s a discrete second entry that leads to a large living space and bath making it ideal for a home office.
The home last sold in 1976, for $175,000. Listed by Deborah Glusker and Crosby Doe, it’s now on the market with an asking price of $2.695 million.