Built in 1957, this post and beam home is located in Brentwood’s Crestwood Hills. The development, also known as the Mutual Housing Tract, was designed by A. Quincy Jones and features numerous homes designated as Los Angeles architectural landmarks.
According to the listing, the residence has since been restored by architect Matt Kivlin, AIA, a renowned 1950s surfing pioneer and legendary surfboard designer.
The 3,476 square foot residence features an open floor plan with floor to ceiling windows and ocean views to Santa Monica.
The spacious, light-filled dining room has views of the landscaped yard and pool.
The modern chef’s kitchen offers Thermador stainless steel appliances and Lagos Blue Caesarstone.
The master suite includes a large master bath with Walker Zanger flooring and Caesarstone.
The downstairs media room can also be used as a separate office or large guest suite with private half bath.
The residence is sited on a 11,694 square foot lot with a grassy area, large outdoor patio, and hillside deck for al fresco dining.
Plus, a gorgeous sparkling pool.
Listing courtesy of Todd Baker, Coldwell Banker-Brentwood.