Gather ‘round, time capsule fans — here’s a new listing beamed straight from the Eisenhower era.
On the market for the first time, the West Covina treasure was built in 1956 by James De Long, a former Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice and fellow at FLW’s Taliesin, complete with landscaping by celebrated landscape architect Takeo Uesugi.
Measuring 1,994 square feet, the Usonian-influenced residence has four bedrooms and two baths. Notable features include sliding glass walls, built-in furnishings (including a sewing machine station) and shelving, original light fixtures, and delightful original pink formica countertops.
The home’s lush grounds feature numerous fruit trees and other mature plantings. There’s also a detached, two-car garage.
Asking price for the .34-acre property is $738,000.
- 1116 S. Serena Dr [Century 21]