A Tree House–Inspired Midcentury Home Turns Over a New Leaf
Location: 10424 Hebron Lane, Los Angeles, California
Architect: Bill Mack (original);
Renovation Architect: Stephen Phillips, FAIA, Ph.D.
Year Built: 1959
Footprint: 1,450 square feet (two bedrooms, two baths)
From the Agent: "Set within a naturally lush, green setting in Bel Air Canyon, this complete renovation restores the integrity of an abandoned 1959 Bill Mack home with contemporary artistic flare. Through the surgical replacement of its original wood structure, windows, doors, and decking, the renovation aimed to maintain the best of the building’s detailing, while sensitively adding new cabinetry, doors, windows, floors, tiling, structure, and guardrails throughout. By combining traditional vertical grain Douglas fir, redwood, and cherry with contemporary stone, stainless steel, and metal materials, this modern home has become more in tune with contemporary building technology and design culture."
10424 Hebron Lane in Los Angeles, California, is currently listed for $1,495,000 by Brian Linder, AIA and Rick Grahn with The Value Of Architecture at Compass.
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