Unique A. Quincy Jones in Laurel Canyon hits the market

Before A. Quincy Jones designed some of the most glamorous and instagramable modernist homes in Los Angeles, he started with this one built in 1940.

1940 home designed by architect A. Quincy Jones

Rumored to be the first home Jones built for a client, 2362 Stanley Hills Dr—clad in dark wood siding with bright green trim—sits on a 9,765-square-foot lot in Laurel Canyon, backing up to a protected sanctuary filled with roaming deer, birds, and wildlife.

Home in Laurel Canyon designed by architect A. Quincy Jones
House designed by architect A. Quincy Jones

With panoramic greenbelt views from almost every room, the two-story dwelling, measuring 1,400 square feet, holds three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

1940 house designed by architect A. Quincy Jones

Throughout the house you see glimpses of the architect’s signature style emerging. Features include hardwood floors, a living room with soaring wood-beamed ceilings, two wood-burning fireplaces, indoor-outdoor flow, and a large circular window flooding the living room with tons of natural light.

Architect A. Quincy Jones
Architect A. Quincy Jones house in Laurel Canyon

The living room connects to the dining area that leads to the kitchen equipped with stainless steal appliances. And, one of the bedrooms has vaulted ceilings, along with striking architectural windows, and an office.

Last sold in 2008 for $1.135 million, the house is now listed for $1.650 million.

Interested in seeing this home designed by A. Quincy Jones? Get in touch by email or call (323)829-4440 to schedule a showing.

Listing courtesy of Gina Michelle – The Agency

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