Available for only the second time since its construction in 1968, a recently listed home in Glendale, California, is a haven for someone seeking a retro-style interior. Designed by architect Gus Stamos for himself and his wife, Sophie, the family reportedly lived in the home for decades. The current owners, who purchased the home in 2002, retained most of the original finishes, replacing only the flooring and painting some of the concrete block walls.
According the listing, the home's original details include tongue-and-groove ceilings and formica counters, as well as wood-paneled walls clad in an array of cabinet doors salvaged from the stereo manufacturing company where Sophie once worked.
The upper level features the main living and dining area, as well as the kitchen and laundry area. Downstairs, a split-level floor plan divides each of the three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a family room. Both an upper-level balcony and lower-level deck are accessible from multiple spaces throughout the home.
The home offers nearly 2,500 square feet of interior space and sits on a .28-acre lot. With only a few neighboring structures, the location affords privacy while being just a few miles from central Glendale and Eagle Rock. New solar panels and some updated utilities complete the package. Keep scrolling to see more the home, currently listed for $1,198,000.
1105 Outlook Lane in Glendale, California, is currently listed for $1,198,000 by Jacqueline Tager of Sotheby's International Realty.
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