3 Bed / 3.25 Bath / 1,950 sqft / 9,896 sqft Lot Size
This house has every midcentury feature you've been looking for. Built by architect Allyn Morris for Max Bubeck in 1956, this iconic home is tucked into the unassuming, private hills of Glassell Park. When I first walked in, I was immediately impressed by the floating ceiling, red steel beams, walls of glass, and of course, the fantastic atrium. A few steps in, you realize that this indoor/outdoor space extends languidly into a large backyard with a pool and pool house (featuring a cool color-blocked glass door). Every room in this house feels private, yet interconnected to the communal living room, den and open kitchen. Using industrial materials in an innovative way, Morris designed a truly special modernist retreat.