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Encino Mid-Century By Ray Kappe Has Tree Growing Through It

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Known as the Strimling Residence, this handsome Encino post and beam was designed by Ray Kappe and built in 1964. Last sold three years ago for $1.58 million, it's now down-low pocket-listed, but with no price specified in the listing. The description does inform us, however, that the 4,018-square-foot residence has four bedrooms and four baths and features "dramatic cantilevered rooms, floor to ceiling windows and doors, and an atrium built around a sycamore tree." There're also two fireplaces, multiple decks, a swimming pool, motor court, and two-car garage. The "meticulously restored" property is located on a .8-acre lot northeast of the Encino Reservoir.

· Pocket Listing :: The Strimling Residence :: Ray Kappe, FAIA [deasy/penner]