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Spiffy Mid-Century Mod by Donald Park Hits the Market For the First Time in Encino

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Per its listing, this modern ranch in Encino was designed in 1964 for noted local furniture retailer Mel Brown by architect Donald Park, who studied with and worked for A. Quincy Jones before launching his own practice with Wallace Benton in 1956. Now on the market for the first time since being built, the 3,422-square-foot residence features five bedrooms, four baths, a family room with vaulted, beamed ceilings and wood-burning fireplace, a period kitchen, walls of glass, mature gardens, and an expansive swimming pool. Sited on a .4-acre lot near the Lake Encino Reservoir, it's asking $1.495 million.

· 18128 Chardon Circle [Estately]