Architect Frank Anton Dubsky (1909-1991) intended the mid-century modern design and style household for W.E. Wallace in 1956. The three-bedroom, two-bathtub household in 1643 sq. ft. is currently (July 2016) on the sector mentioned for sale for $one,995,000 and described in the listing as “Illustrious residential statement of mid-century modern architecture discovered privately nestled in sought-following Los Feliz Oaks. Amazing legendary L.A. views compliment lovingly & professionally restored home ensuring modern luxuries were seamlessly blended with unique particulars.
Terrazzo floors meet perspective walls of glass & accent zen-like living areas. Two fireplaces further illuminate living in home’s plentiful natural light. Sub Zero & Viking are just two chef kitchen luxuries! Self-indulge in wonderful minimalist intended bathrooms. Walk-out master bedroom w/ custom made walnut wardrobe & floating headboard is genius. No depth skipped when renewing this retreat in the hills, including mixture driveway & qualified garage.
Enter a personal compound of specimen landscape, architectural water aspect & wonderful minimalist intended seating. Customized perspective system with fire pit will take in the warm glow from the Griffith Observatory. An remarkable gem not often discovered, not often knowledgeable”.
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