R.M. Schindler’s Goodwin House in Studio City hits the market for the third time since it was built and looks as handsome as ever.
Built in 1941, the three-bedroom, three-bath home sits on a street-to-street hillside lot tucked behind lush hedges.
While preserving Schindler’s signature architectural details, the buyers who purchased the residence from the original owner spent over two years lovingly updating and restoring the dwelling by “stripping paint from wood and replicating doors and windows.”
Upgraded systems, a fireplace in the living room, original built-in furniture and wood paneling, a light-filled interior, and views of the canyons from every room are some of the standout features you’ll enjoy as the new owner.
Last sold in 2015 for $1.5 million, the home is listed with Brian K. Courville & JB An Fung with a list price of $1.89 million.