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Woodsy Mid-Century By Barry Moffitt in Studio City

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Known as the Waxman House, this vertically inclined residence east of Laurel Canyon Boulevard was built in 1964 and designed by Barry Moffitt, an architect who studied with John Lautner, for artist Arlene Waxman. The 1,972 square foot home, which was photographed by Julius Shulman the year after it was built, features three bedrooms, one and three-quarter baths, a woodburning fireplace, clerestory and vertical windows, original clear heart redwood paneling throughout, and landscaping designed by Jay Griffith. It's listed at $1.199 million.
· 3644 Buena Park, Studio City, California [deasy penner]