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1950's Mid Century Modern by Cornelius Deasy in Studio City Hits the Market

[Update February 8, 2013]: This home sold for $825,000 which was $25,500 above the last list price of  $799,500 but $114,000 below the original list price of $939,000 back in April 2011. This home sale was completely in roughly 10 months. 

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11100 Valley Spring Lane
3 Beds/2 Baths on 1,696sqft on a total lot size of 9,990 sqft built in 1951 Studio City. The home was designed by notable architect Cornelius Deasy for his family who also designed the Lincoln Savings and Loan Association Building in Sherman Oaks (not sure what this building is today) and the Sylmar Pool (not sure if that is correct). Deasy passed away at the age of 92 on August 14, 2010.  This home is currently listed at $799,500 and was last purchased on November 19, 2004 for $735,000. This home has been on and off the market since April 12, 2011 with an original asking price of $939,000. This home appears to be in all original condition. 

From the listing:
1950's built architectural treasure with zen garden, swimming pool, outdoor patio, large grassy yard, and full guest house! Structure is a Neutra study built by prominent architect Deasy for his family. Cared for by present owner meticulously. Beautiful mature trees and gardens surround this classic home. Not an ounce of 50's integrity has been lost over the years. Open floor plan, post and beam ceilings, ceiling to floor length windows, heated slate floors, lrg. master suite, tons of natural light, artistic feel, peaceful hideaway. Guest house w/ separate entrance, full kitchen, bathrm. Magical blast from the past feeling surrounds the entire property. Home is right near freeway soundwall.
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