The Schustack Residence, 1957, by Howard Lane, FAIA, is now on the market.
This is only the second offering of this rare modernist post and beam style gem.
Originally a student of Mies van der Rohe in Chicago, Lane’s architecture firm was known mostly for commercial buildings, such as the Neo-Streamline Moderne Travelers Insurance Building on Ventura Boulevard.
The intention of the original owner was for the house and lot to operate as a true family home.
The current owner, an international designer, has meticulously kept up the stewardship of the home in retaining the original design features while adding just enough touches of his own.
While located at the base of the Hollywood Hills, the 19,000+ square foot lot (per public records) offers a generous amount of flat space for entertaining.
A recently built, glistening, kidney-shaped pool completes the perfect modernist atmosphere.
Listing courtesy of Brian Courville and JB Fung, John Aaroe Group.