Location: 4347 Tosca Road, Woodland Hills, California
Architect: George Letts
Year Built: 1966
Footprint: 1,878 square feet (four bedrooms, two baths)
Lot Size: 0.23 acres
From the Agent: "Nestled in a grove of mature live oaks on a private site in the aptly named Woodland Hills, this well-preserved midcentury home is a fine example of the artistic experimentation so prevalent in the era. In a collaboration between the designer and homeowner, an aerospace engineer who acted as his own contractor, and perhaps inspired by Case Study House #20, The Bass House in Altadena by architects Buff, Straub & Hensman, the wood post-and-beam structure is visually expressed, the primary living areas are enlivened by plywood barrel vaults, and the boundary between inside and out is dissolved by floor-to-ceiling glass. The result is an exciting composition that is at once both formal and informal, a machine for living in the landscape."
The Crail Residence, located at 4347 Tosca Road in Woodland Hills, California, is currently listed for $1,400,000 by Brian Linder and Rick Grahn of The Value of Architecture.
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