Own This Charming 1941 Midcentury in L.A. For $1.9M

Own This Charming 1941 Midcentury in L.A. For $1.9M

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
Listed for the third time since its construction, this midcentury gem will transport you back in time.

Known as The Goodwin House, this three-bedroom, three-bath residence was built in 1941 by iconic midcentury architect Rudolph M. Schindler and is located in the area's Studio City neighborhood. 

Measuring at 1,531 square feet, the Modernist property has been "lovingly restored" to its former glory and features original period elements, such as built-in furniture and wood paneling. Extensive glazing fills the interiors with natural lighting while Schindler’s use of rectilinear forms, which overlap and intersect with each other, plays out throughout the home. 

The open-plan living/dining room is composed of overlapping rectilinear forms and extensive glazing, which provide the interiors with plenty of natural lighting and verdant views. 

While the updated kitchen is compact, eat-in bar seating is located underneath a large window. 

Downstairs, the sunlit master bedroom features an ensuite bath and a door leading to an outside terrace. 

The master bath. 

The second bedroom also features outdoor access. 

Upstairs, the third bedroom is currently configured as a cozy study—complete with a wood-burning fireplace. 

A look at the shaded outdoor space. 

A view of the home at night. 

3807 Reklaw Dr, Studio City, The Goodwin House, is now being offered for $1,890,000 by Brian Courville of Pacific Union International.

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