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Well-cared for midcentury by Rudolph Schindler in Studio City asking $2.3M

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There’s an attached studio by Bestor Architecture, too

Photos by Cameron Carothers
Courtesy of Crosby Doe and Ilana Gafni/Crosby Doe Associates

Built in 1946, the Roth Residence in Studio City is is quite the looker. Designed by Modernist Rudolph Schindler, the three-bedroom home is glowing from a “sensitive restoration;” it remains full of midcentury charm.

The living room shows off a row of skylight-like windows that meet the roofline and one giant picture window that frames the view from the property. Original built-ins appear here and throughout the residence.

A bright, galley-like kitchen has an eat-in nook with a built-in curving bench surrounded by windows.

With its 1,564 square feet, the Roth Residence holds three three bathrooms, which include some fun, vintage-looking tile. There’s also a new addition to the property: an attached studio recently completed by Bestor Architecture.

Behind the house, there is a patio with a fire pit, plus landscaped space for relaxing outdoors.

The house is listed for $2.295 million.