3356 Woodcliff Road
2 Bed/2 Baths on 1,826 sqft on a total lot size of 0.31 acres built in 1958 Sherman Oaks. This home is currently available for $999,000 and was last purchased on September 21, 2006 for $1,190,000 during the heydays of the real estate bubble. According to the listing, this home was built by mid century modern architect, Richard Dorman, AIA, who was born in LA in 1922 and recently passed away in April 2010. He designed numerous buildings as well as private residences. He was also featured in a Life magazine story titled "The Take Over Generation" in 1962. He was also a train enthusiast having writting 13 books on narrow-gauge railroads. You can read more about him in an obituary by the Santa Fe New Mexican.
From the listing:
Mid-Century Modern Architectural by Richard Dorman, AIA. Situated in the Mulholland Corridor and positioned perfectly to take advantage of picturesque and stunning city light and canyon views. This turn-key post and beam home features: walls of glass in every room (new double pane glass doors installed in 2006), bamboo floors, top of the line kitchen elements (Sub-Zero fridge, Wolf range/convection oven, granite countertops, glass backsplash, custom cabinetry), luxurious bathrooms (finishes: extensive use of granite and marble, new sink & fixtures, large tub, glass shower enclosures, custom cabinets), bedrooms (positioned to maximize city light and canyon view exposures, custom closets and wall to wall durable Seagrass floor covering that is practical and chic , decking that extends the length of the home, Roscomare School District, easy access to all westside locations through all canyon routes and the 405 Freeway!You can view more SFV Architecture and Real Estate here.
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