Per the listing, his three-bedroom home in Santa Monica was designed by Edith Northman, who was among the first licensed female architects to set up shop in California.
Built in 1937, the exquisite Shingle style residence is perched above the street and provides terrific views across the city. The rambling 2,667-square foot home includes a dramatic great room with vaulted, beamed ceilings and wood-paneled walls. The dining room has a similar look, with a long panel of windows and a door leading to an outdoor deck.
Both the great room and the master bedroom include tile and brick fireplaces and the hall below the master staircase is also adorned in some nice tilework.
The lower level of the house includes a one-bedroom, one bath apartment accessed by its own entrance.
Situated on a 8,144-square-foot lot, the home includes a number of outdoor spaces, including decks, gardens, and a mosaic tile floored patio.
Last purchased in 1993 for just $445,000, the home is now asking $2.95 million.
239 West Channel Road [Frank Langen | Deasy Penner & Partners]