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"Untouched" Encino Mid Century Modern Home Hits Market

[Update June 5, 2013]: This home sold for $1,649,413 on May 3, 2013 which was $249,587 less than the original asking price of $1,899,000.

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15928 Skytop Road
4 Beds/4 Baths on 3,531 sqft on a total lot size of 0.60 acres built in 1960 available for $1,899,000. According to the listing description, the home is "untouched" and appears that way from the pics. 
This untouched mid-century sits alone on a secluded cul-de-sac in prime Royal Oaks. The home is set up off the street behind a large motor court and the front door is reached by crossing over koi ponds within a gated courtyard. Once inside, the entry hall reveals walls of floor to ceiling glass in every direction and an interior courtyard with views of the pool and oak dotted hillsides beyond. All the main rooms and kitchen flow seamlessly out to the covered lanai and pool area, offering the ideal lifestyle for living and entertaining. Both the large living room and intimate den have striking architectural fireplaces. The generous master with walk-in closet, dressing room and vintage bath opens directly to the pool. All the other bedrooms open to separate outdoor areas. Entirely removed, at the rear of the home, is the large walk-in wine room. Bring your architecture lovers. This is the best of late 50's style on an incredible site. Ready to be restored or thoroughly remodeled.

Images courtesy Rodeo Realty

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