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The Altschuler/Greenberg House in Sherman Oaks Mid Century Modern by Bernard Zimmerman

[Update May 12, 2015]: This home hit the market with upgrades on May 12, 2015 for $4,195,000 which can be read here

[Update January 22, 2014]: This home sold for $2,290,000 on October 4, 2013.

[Original Post]:
3608 Crownridge Drive
5 Beds/5.5 Bath, 6,688 sqft on 0.79 acres built in 1960. Listed at $2,995,000 on April 11, 2012. According to the listing the home was originally designed by Bernard Zimmerman, FAIA, and later added on by  Lawrence Robbins, FAIAA, for the Altschuler family (1960) and Greenberg (1992).

According to the listing:
Bernard Zimmerman, FAIA. The Altschuler/Greenberg House, 1960/1992. Zimmerman's "white box" sited on a hilltop overlooking sweeping valley and mountain views is a classically proportioned modernist residence that maximizes space, light and volume. Walled at the street, entry is through a terrazzo walkway with reflecting pond that extends into the two-story foyer with dramatic, seemingly-floating stairway. Later additions by Lawrence A. Robbins, FAIA, provided nearly 2,000 extra square feet to the original design, now incorporating 5 bedrooms, 5 1/2 bathrooms, den, family room, bar, covered patio, pool and tennis court; all on just over 3/4 of an acre. FIRST SHOWINGS, BROKER'S OPEN 4/24.

Images courtesy Keller Williams Larchmont

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