A-woo-gah! One of the 30 surviving houses designed by A. Quincy Jones and Whitney Smith for the celebrated Mid-Century Modern housing tract of Crestwood Hills has just hit the market and it's a real beaut. Known as the Dunn-Jacobsen Residence, the 2,621-square-foot post and beam was completed in 1955 and has only traded hands once before, back in 2001. Per the listing (which has a nice gallery of photos by Julius Shulman), the two-bedroom, two-bath house has since undergone "a loving multi-year restoration." Features include "restored steel 'Arcadia' sliding walls of glass," a new Ipe wood deck with built-in seating, a "vintage kitchen upgraded with the latest appliances including: Wolf Range, Sub-zero refrigerator and wine storage, ice maker, Gaggenau steam and convection ovens, and Miele in-wall cappuccino machine," a library with "custom walnut and bronze built-ins," two fireplaces, solar power, an "organic garden," a terrazzo koi pond, and outstanding Getty Center and canyon views. Sited on a .32-acre, street-to-street lot, it's asking $3.7 million.