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Los Feliz's Landmark Jacobson House Asking $3.3 Million

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The second of two houses designed by Ed Fickett for George and Miriam Jacobson, this Los Feliz residence was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2000—per its listing, the first contemporary house to be awarded such status by the city. Featured in Alan Hess's book Forgotten Modern: California Houses 1940-1970, the 2,926-square-foot post and beam offers three bedrooms, two and a half baths, a two-story atrium, an office, an updated kitchen, hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, clerestory windows, skylights, multiple decks and terraces, a wetbar, two brick fireplaces, separate guest quarters, a swimming pool, solar panels, and impressive views. Sited on a .29-acre hillside lot, it's asking $3.3 million.

· 4520 Dundee Drive [Estately]