The home was originally known as Lindley Farm was built in 1947. The listing refers to the home as being "sensitively expanded." The five-bedroom home is on a lot that includes a pool which is away from the house and has a nice shaded area. The home's spaces are open and clean including the delightful large living room with an exposed beamed and pitched roof. A central brick fireplace marks a division from the terraced dining room which is a sunroom-like space looking out onto the back patio. The home's kitchen has pine cabinetry which is very retro but oddly charming. The master suite includes a den, walk-in closets and a large bath. There is also an office with a separate entrance and upstairs space with surround sound. The home has a complete interior/exterior sound system. He bought the home for $990,000 and is it listed with Carol Huston of Deasy/Penner & Partners for $1.649 million.
[via the LA Times]
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