Open House: Sunday, July 12 between 2 PM - 5 PM 1641 Fernbrook Pl, Glendale
Beds, Baths: 3 BR, 2 BA
Floor Area: 2,040 sq. ft.
Per the Listing: "Ultra stylish mid century modern circa 1952 is the classic example of California living. Designed by Kurt Meyer-Radon, (whom Hearst commissioned to purchase items for San Simeon), located in the lush Verdugo woodlands of Glendale on beautifully landscaped 7800 sq. ft grounds. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths + 2 offices and/or den. Original details abound including walls of glass, polished concrete floors w/ radiant heat, extensive original built ins, period recessed lighting, mason cut corner fireplace w/ clock. Bordered by a brook, adjacent duck pond and century trees. Beautiful front & back flat grassy grounds w/ incredible privacy surround the master suite w/ ribbed glass windows, terrazzo floors, angled soaking tub, floating toilet & seamless glass. Enclosed lanai, office, lovely laundry area, smashing St. Charles kitchen w/ stone & marble detail. All Viking appliances are just some of the details in this masterpiece home."
Born in Germany in 1885, architect/artist Kurt Meyer-Radon emigrated to the US in 1923, eventually settling with his family in Eagle Rock. Among his most notable projects are Santa Monica's Sovereign Hotel/Apartments and Glendale's Seeley Studios building.
1641 Fernbrook Pl [Official site]