Billed as one of the last designs by architect Franklin D. Israel, and a "classic case-study era walls of glass and post and beams," this Hollywood Hills*, not Pacific Palisades, two-bedroom, two-bath home has hit the market for $1.745 million. Unfortunately, there aren't too many photos, so it's hard to tell the condition of the 1953 home. The listing also notes that the "seller has commissioned designs for a second story addition complete with plans, although the house as it stands is certainly a tour-de-force!" The New York Times noted Israel was "widely regarded as one of the most extravagantly gifted architects of his generation" and that former UCLA professor was known for "private houses that pushed the modern vernacular of Southern California architecture to a peak of innovation. "
· 9119 THRASHER Ave [Redfin]