Quick, somebody call the fire department, before this place goes up in flames! Oh wait, never mind--it's just a fancy outdoor firepit. That's not the only fancy thing about this Trousdale Estates residence, which was designed in 1959 by Lundberg, Armet and Davis, the firm known for its "Googie"-style buildings (such as the original Norm's restaurant and Tiny Naylor's). According to the listing, the four-bedroom, four and a half-bath modern features terrazzo, cork, and Wenge floors, "a Poggenpohl kitchen, Calcutta marble countertops and top of the line appliances." Sited on a one-acre lot, the 4,214 square foot house last traded hands in 2007 for $3.885 million, and is now listed with an asking price of $5.995 million.
· 1007 Loma Vista Drive [Official Site]
· 1007 Loma Vista Dr [Coldwell Banker]