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Howard Lane's Post and Beam Schustack Residence in the Hills

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Guess it must be Sell Your Mid-Century Modern month. This particular example, known as the Schustack Residence, was designed in 1957 by architect Howard Lane, who largely worked in commercial development with such notable firms as Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, AC Martin, and Pereira & Luckman. Located at the base of the Hollywood Hills, the 3,007-square-foot post and beam features six bedrooms, three baths, beamed ceilings, a stacked-stone fireplace, a bounty of built-ins, and vintage light fixtures. Sited on a .45-acre lot, it's listed for the first time in a trust sale for $1.8 million.
· Howard Lane, The Schustack Residence, 1957 [Crosby Doe]