Known as the Friedman House, this mid-century modern in the celebrated enclave of Crestwood Hills in Brentwood came on the market for the first time ever in June 2011 (it was built in 1950). At that time, it was described in its listing as untouched for 60 years." Listed for $1.65 million, the four-bedroom, three-bath house—designed by the team of A. Quincy Jones, Whitney Smith, and Edgardo Contini—eventually traded hands in October 2011 for $1.25 million. Two years later it's back, having been touched by the hands of architect Marco DiMaccio. Per the listing, the landmark property now features a "new kitchen with Wolfe range, Sub-Zero, and granite counters," as well as new flooring. Sited on a .26-acre lot, the retouched residence is now asking $1.895 million.