2840 Angus Street
Los Angeles, CA 90039
2 BR, 1 BA
New to the market, this mid-century modern in Silver Lake was design in 1957 by USC architecture student Edward C. Malone. According to the listing, the home’s post and beam style was influenced by Malone’s studies at USC School of Architecture, a recognized pioneer in this style.
Malone included open beamed ceilings, clerestory windows, Douglas Fir paneling and floor to ceiling windows.
The 1,122 square foot home has been beautifully maintained and carefully restored by its current owners.
The period kitchen features a vintage Hotpoint Customline oven and cooktop , cork flooring and “flying coffin” overhead cabinets.
The bedroom opens to the outdoor patio. A vintage bath includes original tile and fixtures with a separate tub and stall shower.
The residence is sited on a 2,946 square foot lot in an ideal Silver Lake location, within Ivanhoe Elementary School District.
There is a very private rear yard with a patio and an expansive deck skirting the front of the home with tree-top views of the mountains.