Late modern lair with ’80s-era glamour asks $4.3M

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With a solid concrete and glass exterior, surrounded by neatly landscaped garden space and wide walkways, this unique La Cañada residence looks like an art museum with a swimming pool.

The late modern home was built in 1983 and designed by architects Conrad Buff and Donald Hensman. Now looking for its second-ever owner, the enormous house looks to be in terrific shape and retains plenty of ’80s-era glamour.

The double-height living room is equipped with walls of glass, built-in shelving and seating, and a towering brick fireplace. The dining room, kitchen, and hallways have elegant tile floors and sleek wooden cabinetry lining the walls. A large kitchen island sports a stovetop and breakfast bar.

There’s also a bar for libations, positioned right alongside a screen door that opens up to an outdoor patio with plenty of room for entertaining.

The 6,848-square-foot home includes six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, along with an office and dedicated laundry room. It sits on a 4-acre lot with a pool, spa, three-car garage, and woodsy grounds.

It can be yours for $4.288 million.



Living room with fireplace

Tile-floored dining area

Kitchen

Bedroom

Master bath

Balcony

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