In fact, the Eichler Network noted that Sherman Park in L.A.’s San Fernando Valley was at the time, the "first large-scale tract of all-out contemporary design in the Los Angeles area." Lucky for anyone hunting for an updated midcentury gem, one of his Sherman Oaks creations from 1954 is now on the market and is asking $1,485,000.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1,855-square-foot Matson Residence sits on a surprisingly flat lot on the hillside and looks out to impressive views of the valley. Though the detailed history of the house is unknown, it’s certain that it’s lived through three sets of owners—each of which have implemented their own renovations while respecting the original midcentury architecture. Thanks to its open, spacious floor plan, high beamed ceilings, and extensive panels of glass, it stands out as a great family home that’s built for an indoor/outdoor lifestyle.
Continue reading to see the rest of this property that’s sure to go quickly—and read more about it through the listing on Nook Real Estate.
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