This post and beam residence, the work of notable LA architect Dick E. Lowry AIA, presents an exquisite geometry of light, space, function, and form.
The house was built in 1961 on one of three contiguous lots covering over 18,000 square feet of prime Eagle Rock hillside; these adjacent parcels are included in the purchase and provide a serene, forest-like setting along with the potential for future development.
Design highlights include walls of glass, a detached studio workspace, and far-reaching vistas.
Earthy and elegant, the home feels private and deeply connected to its own natural surroundings, even as the city is close at hand.
Original elements are intact or have been painstakingly restored; the long list of improvements includes plumbing, electrical and significant structural work.
There are two bedrooms, one full bathroom, and a powder room for guests.
Shopping and dining along Colorado Blvd. is less than a mile away, and there is the benefit of well-regarded Eagle Rock schools.
Listing courtesy of Tracy Do, Compass.