Per the listing, the home was built for a boom operator employed by Cecil B. DeMille. Many original details are still intact, including most of the kitchen, which boasts sleek chrome handles on the cabinetry and a vintage Western Holly oven with a porthole-style window.
Other interior features include cork floors, wood-paneled walls, beamed ceilings, and clerestory windows. The living room is illuminated by a long wall of glass, and a stone-floored nook to the side has built-in shelving and a brick fireplace.
The home has three bedrooms and its two full bathrooms have been recently updated. It leads out to an enclosed backyard with a pergola-shaded patio.
Sitting on a 6,185-square-foot lot, the house also has large front and side yards, with a carport equipped with an electric charger.
Asking price is $1.048 million.
- 3409 Oak Glen Drive [Jacqueline Tager | Sotheby’s International Realty]