This razor-sharp post and beam in the hills of Silver Lake was built in 1957 by Eugene Weston III. A third-generation Los Angeles architect, Weston trained at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and designed numerous modernist houses around LA before moving to San Diego and partnering with architect Fred Liebhardt in a firm that produced buildings for San Diego State, Scripps Research Institute, and the San Diego Zoo. On the market for the first time since 1992, the 1,872-square-foot residence features three bedrooms; two baths; walls of glass and cork; hardwood and cork floors; a wood-burning fireplace; Formica countertops; high, beamed ceilings; a detached promontory deck with in-ground spa; panoramic views; and a two-car garage. Sited on a .42-acre lot, it's asking $1.399 million.
· 1966 Lucile Avenue [Official Site]
· 1966 Lucile Ave [Estately]