Built in 1957 by builder Sanford D. Adler is this two-owner Living Conditioned Home in Northridge, CA brand new to the market. Once the original
sales model for the Living Conditioned subdivision, this home remains relatively unchanged with only a laundry room added on to the back of the two-car carport (now
garage) accessed from the kitchen. This true midcentury modern three bedroom, two bathroom home sits in
1,812 square feet on a large 11,300 square-foot lot with pool and carries an asking
price of $695,000.
|Front of home|
The exterior of the home features some of William Krisel’s
design style at its best. The butterfly roof creates a strong streetside
impression, with the garage offset slightly from the façade of the home and vertical
board and batten siding accents the garage roofline. Natural stone veneer sits
beneath clerestory and secondary bedroom windows, while a thoughtfully placed
sunflap shields the western-most clerestory from the setting sun.
|Entry hall - check out the original escutcheon|
A pair of bright orange double doors with original
escutcheons leads visitors and guests through the wide entry hall into
rear-facing living room. The floors throughout the home have been converted to clean-polished concrete with remnant ghosting of the original VCT tiles seen throughout
the property, while the original open beamed wooden ceilings are still in place.
A fun, vintage-inspired tiki bar with suspended cabinetry sits between the
dining room and living room serving as a room divider to the space and a
perfect entertaining centerpiece.
|Tiki bar and living room |
|Living room |
|Fireplace - love that vintage bubble light|
|Living room and tiki bar|
|Dining room and tiki bar|
The living room is anchored by Krisel’s signature modernist
fireplace, with stone veneer accents and a well-placed vintage George Nelson
bubble lamp accent. Original paneling and north-facing clerestories tie the
room to the adjacent dining room which overlooks the backyard and swimming
|Kitchen and dining |
|Kitchen and backyard view|
|Laundry room addition|
The kitchen sits adjacent to the dining room, still
featuring its original signature Krisel blue speckled tile countertops with pegboard slider and wooden
cabinetry. The original 1957 stainless steel wall oven remains exactly as it
was in 1957 while the electric range appears to be vintage as well. The laundry
room addition lies just beyond the kitchen, carrying forward the roofline of
the home with exposed wooden ceiling.
|Master bedroom dressing area and entry|
|Master bedroom |
The master bedroom sits at the front of the home off the
entry, overlooking the side yard while large south-facing clerestories flood
the room with natural light. The adjacent master bathroom is completely
original, with lighting, mosaic tilework, stone counters, pink American Standard
Pullman and floating pegboard cabinetry all in pristine condition.
|Built-in vanity at secondary bedroom |
|Secondary bedroom |
|Secondary bedroom |
The two secondary bedrooms are split from the master,
accessed off the kitchen area, with one bedroom featuring a small built-in vanity.
Both bedrooms overlook the front yard with large south-facing windows and
clerestories, while the bedroom closets all feature their original pulls. The adjacent
guest bath is as original as the master bath, maintained as a perfect time
capsule of modernism with everything as originally intended by Mr. Krisel.
|Back of home|
|Covered patio at back of home|
|Pool and backyard|
|Pool and patio |
The large north-facing backyard features a covered patio off
of the living room and ample patio space surrounds the rectangular in-ground
pool. Mature plantings line the perimeter of the yard, while a small patch of
grass sits beyond the pool offering welcome patch of greenery.
Well-preserved modernist homes like this one don’t come
along every day, and this property presents a unique opportunity to acquire an iconic
piece of midcentury architecture in a signature Northridge neighborhood. This midcentuy home is going to sell fast, so be
sure to check it out before it’s gone.
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