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Woodsy Midcentury Modern in Glendale Asking $800,000

The 1950s classic post-and-beam was the longtime home of Glendale architect Douglas A. Brown

Now on the market for the first time is the longtime family residence of local architect Douglas A. Brown. According to his 2010 obituary, Brown was an AIA member who designed buildings for the state of California. Built in 1954, the architect's former home overlooks bucolic Chevy Chase Canyon and features two bedrooms, two and a half baths, beamed ceilings, a gas fireplace, sliding glass walls, a separate studio/workshop, and a two-car garage. Sited on a .39-acre lot the "original condition" post-and-beam is listed at the oddly precise figure of $799,998. Open houses are scheduled Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8 between 2 and 5 p.m.