The 1949 guesthouse was the work of UCLA architecture teacher Frederick Monhoff. (Both structures were built for Green, says the listing.) The one-bedroom, which was apparently used by Green as a studio and workspace when he still lived here, has been updated and shown off in a 2015 issue of Dwell. The open, “loft-like space” is detached from the main house and comes with its own private outdoor spaces and a kitchen. Last sold in the summer of 2014 for $905,000, it’s now flipping back onto the market with a pricetag of $1.088 million.
· 176 Jaxine [Official site]
· Mid-Century Modern Compound in Altadena Asking $899,000 [Curbed LA]