Silver Lake midcentury designed by Schindler and his protégé seeks $1.5M

Before diving into the Case Study Houses project R.M. Schindler and his protégé, architect and draftsman Edward Richard Lind, designed three homes to stretch the boundaries of flexible open floor plans and easy indoor-outdoor circulation.

The dining area and view of the swimming pool
The kitchen and an outside view

Built circa 1950, the Millman House stands at 1660 Redcliff Street in Silver Lake, moments away from cafes, shops, and the farmers market in Sunset Junction as well as the reservoir.

A flight of stairs takes you to the front door, opening to reveal a well-lit interior with sun streaming in through skylights, clerestory windows, and near floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors.

Bedroom and sitting place
Bathroom and bathtub

Measuring a tad under 1,800 square feet the home holds three bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms plus a separate studio. Features include open-concept living, an L-shaped kitchen, cork flooring, and midcentury details with living and dining areas flowing seamlessly to a solar-heated swimmer’s pool.

swimming pool and Garden of Silver Lake midcentury designed by Schindler
Silver Lake midcentury designed by Schindler

2019 marks the first year this inspiring “forever home” has been on the market in over two decades. Listed with Jacqueline Tager, asking $1.495 million.

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