In 1959—three years before Dorman appeared on the cover of Life, with the magazine naming him part of “The Take-Over Generation”—he designed this handsome post and beam on nearly a half-acre in Sherman Oaks.
It has aged spectacularly over the past 59 years.
Quintessentially midcentury modern, the four bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom dwelling retains its original layout and features tongue-and-groove ceilings, terrazzo floors, and walls of glass. It’s also outfitted with a fireplace, walnut cabinets, and a pool.
Last sold two years ago for $2.18 million, the property is now listed for $2.649 million.
- 3337 Scadlock Lane [Brian Courville, JB Fung / Modern Living LA, Pacific Union International]