Restored and Updated Historic Midcentury
Historic 1959 midcentury by renown Architect, Edward Fickett, AIA. USC and MIT trained, Fickett was called, “The Frank Lloyd Wright of the 1950s,” by Better Homes and Gardens. He designed more than 60,000 iconic post war midcentury homes in Southern California and his was the first contemporary structure to receive Historic Cultural Landmark status by the City of Los Angeles. This single level sensitively updated indoor outdoor 3 bed, 2 bath home, has a newly built permitted 1 bed, 1 bath ADU / guesthouse. The main home has an open floor plan and walls of glass that wrap around a new pool, spa and landscaped garden with an outdoor seating area, covered patio, hardwood deck, concrete pads and walkways, a fire pit, native plants, fruit trees, and auto irrigation. The completely updated kitchen has custom bamboo cabinetry, professional appliances, Quartz countertops, and Heath tile. The updated baths include designer tile and custom bamboo wall mounted vanities. The home has refinished original wood parquet floors, a gas fireplace, an attached 2-car garage with auto opener, a newer roof, solar panels, newer hot water heaters and pool equipment, and newer dual pane high efficiency sliders, recessed and LED lighting, and upgraded electrical. The home has dual zone central air and heat, and is close to Darby Elementary, Alfred B. Nobel Charter, Robert Frost Middle School, Valley Academy of Arts & Sciences, Granada Hills Charter, and Northridge Academy High School.