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.
- 3908 Scadlock Lane [Elias Tebache | Nook Real Estate]