The home was designed by Charles DuBois who built “A distinctive collection of rambling, horizontally oriented Contemporary Ranch buildings on curvilinear streets, Woodland Hills’ Woodside neighborhood was completed in 1959 and remains a wonderfully intact postwar neighborhood.”
Scraping the popcorn ceilings, removing the stained carpet and floor tile, and treating the entire house to a good coat of Simply White paint by Benjamin Moore is just what this open living room with vaulted and beamed ceilings and a huge stone fireplace needs.
While the kitchen is a gut with a little design input it’s large enough to be an eat-in space.
Light pours in through floor-to-ceiling windows, glass sliders, and clerestory windows in the bathroom featuring vintage sinks and tile.
Built on a one-third-acre lot the spacious interior leads to a large backyard enclosed with a swimming pool with diving board.
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Listing courtesy of Holly Hatch – Keller Williams