USC Architecture School grad Robert Thorguson graced the hills of Laurel Canyon with a handful of handsome mid-century homes. This architectural gem is rumored to be one of three special dwellings the architect designed for himself.
Built in 1953, the home sits on nearly an acre-sized lot surrounded by forest-like grounds and completely invisible from the street below. You enter 8956 Wonderland Park Ave through a gated driveway leading to a dwelling where glass walls connect the entire home to the great outdoors.
With concrete floors equipped with radiant heat under your feet and wood beam ceilings above, the magazine-worthy interior offers open-concept living featuring two wood-burning fireplaces and an ultra-sexy primary suite with direct pool and outdoor shower access.
Listing courtesy of Sasha Anthome-Kuzemka and Sherri Rogers – Compass