The "paintings, more paintings, only paintings" staging in this barely-touched A. Quincy Jones house from 1961 somehow works just perfectly. A tipster tells us this house has had only one owner, and that owner appears to be the late Jaroslav Gebr, "longtime head of the Scenic Arts Department at Universal Studios and perhaps best known as the artist who created the paintings featured in the pilot episode of Rod Serling's Night Gallery," according to Deadline. (But who was the blonde muse who sent him into Richie Tenenbaum territory?) Gebr's house sits on a third of an acre in the Tarzana hills and comes with four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows, a dining room, a fireplace wall, and a pool. Asking price is $849,000.
· 4941 Calvin Avenue, Tarzana, CA [Estately]