On the market for $2,285,000, the modernized pad also boasts a backyard pool and guesthouse.
This Edward Fickett–designed residence stands out from the rest with pops of sky blue, lemon yellow, and candy-apple red. Originally built in 1954, the Bel Air home is one of some 50,000 designs reportedly completed by Fickett’s L.A.–based firm throughout his career. Best known for classic post-and-beam houses, the late architect was also a prominent commercial designer with a body of work spanning U.S. Air Force and Navy bases to Dodger Stadium in L.A.
This particular Fickett house was recently listed for sale after a major overhaul to modernize the interior. Still intact is the home’s bright and airy layout with walls of glass, clerestory windows, and skylights to boot. The updated residence features a new galley-style kitchen, a spa-like bathroom, and smart technology throughout.
In addition to the two-bedroom main house, the property comes with a separate, one-bedroom guesthouse and inviting backyard pool. Lush landscaping envelopes the entire structure, creating a peaceful and private retreat for new owners. Keep scrolling to see more of this property, currently listed for $2,285,000.