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For $1.485M, an airy midcentury with a pool in Sherman Oaks

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Designed by Edward Fickett, the home is newly updated

Built in 1954, this modern home in Sherman Oaks is looking quite contemporary, after some recent updates. Last sold in June for $1.382 million, the house is already back on the market with freshly renovated bathrooms and kitchen.

Billed in the listing description as the Martson Residence, the single-story home was designed by Edward Fickett. It features walls of glass, skylights, and a vaulted ceiling—creating a very light and airy atmosphere accentuated by the white walls.

The entryway and dining area feature stone floors and a wood paneled wall. It leads into the open living area, arranged around white-painted brick partitions and a central fireplace.

Situated on a quarter-acre lot, the three-bedroom, two-bath house includes several outdoor access points. The grounds include a large garden and barbecue area, two-car garage, hot tub, and swimming pool with views across the valley.

The 1,855-square-foot residence is also equipped with rooftop solar panels that are apparently fully paid off. Asking price is $1.485 million.