Some new activity to report in the celebrated Crestwood Hills architectural enclave. Taking the place of Curbed mainstay/modern house collector Michael LaFetra's Deerbrook Lane residence, which sold for $1.45 million on April 6, we have California State Historic-Cultural Landmark No. 634, otherwise known as the Kalmick House. Built by the firm of Whitney Smith, A. Quincy Jones, and Edgardo Contini in 1950, the "extensively remodeled" three-bedroom house features, per the listing, a "Balthaup kitchen with Miele and Subzero appliances," baths with travertine marble and teak wood, concrete floors, and "walls of glass with ocean and canyon views." Sited on a 10,410 square foot lot, the property last changed hands in 2008 for $1.55 million. It's now being listed at $1.595 million.
· The Kalmick House - Historic Cultural Landmark No. 634 [TVOA]
· On The Market: A. Quincy Jones' Kalmick House in Brentwood [Curbed LA]