Built in 1955 by the Alexander Construction Company is this Palmer & Krisel-designed home in the “Eastwood Estates” potion of Corbin Palms in Woodland Hills, CA. With four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms in 1,624 square feet, this home once owned by Ish Kabibble sits on a large 16,100 square-foot lot and carries an asking price of $649,500.
|Front of home|
Situated on Corbin Avenue, this east-facing home sits deep on its lot, far back from the street, a distinct feature of the 13 Palmer & Krisel homes built as Eastwood Estates, the fifth phase of Corbin Palms. The front yard has recently undergone a drought-friendly makeover, with gravel mulch and a smattering of random shrubs. A pair of mature olive trees sit near the base of the home, and a stacked brick wall separates the carport from the front yard.
|Living and dining|
The front door sits midway along the south side of the home, and opens into a small foyer with dark glazed brick tiles. The rear-facing living room appears to feature its original parquet floors and high, open beamed celotex clings. The original fireplace is still there, but has long been veneered with stone accents and a black tile hearth. Large floor-to-ceiling windows and clerestories overlook the backyard patio, while the dining room niche sits adjacent.
|Laundry and door to entry hall|
The kitchen sits at the rear corner of the home, and has been updated at some point over the last 30 years, with flat faced cabinets, laminate counters and black appliances. The former den adjacent to the entry and kitchen has been converted to a laundry room, open to the kitchen with built-in cabinetry and vintage swag globe.
|Secondary bedroom with half bath|
A small jack and jill half bath sits off the entry, and features it’s original medicine cabinet and angled mirror, and accesses a secondary bedroom. The master bedroom sits at the northeast corner of the home, and provides its own private patio and features an nearly all original en-suite bath, with a tile countertop appearing to be the only update. The guest bath has been fully updated in a simple, traditional materials while an additional secondary bedroom sits at the front of the home.
|Covered patio off of living room|
|Covered patio and back of home|
|Backyard and back of home|
The backyard features an enormous covered entertaining patio with vintage slatting, shielding the west-facing living and dining rooms from western sun. The backyard is large and open, with the driveway running along the south side of the yard, and a tool shed against the western wall. A mature shade tree sits near the home while the rest of the backyard space is wide open and grassy.
This home is a great opportunity for those looking for a large lot midmod home. There’s still plenty of great original detailing lending character and worthy of preservation, while still providing room to make this home shine again.
Check out the full listing on Redfin.com here: 6233 Corbin Avenue
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