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Hillside midcentury in Pacific Palisades asks $4.3M

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Lots of glass to take in those stunning views

Deck looking into house
The modern residence was built in 1966 by architect E. Ray Schlick
Photos by Todd Goodman, courtesy Partners Trust

Well this is nice. Built in 1964, this post and beam residence is cantilevered out over the Pacific Palisades hillside lot upon which it sits.

The resulting views appear to be some of the best around, and the modern-style home is well-equipped to take advantage, with walls of glass and a large balcony accessible from the living room and dining room.

The house was designed by architect E. Ray Schlick, and the sale includes plans drafted by Schlick for a two-story addition, in case buyers aren’t content with the 2,016 square feet of floor space included in the home as it stands today.

Featuring three bedrooms and four bathrooms, the house has open living spaces, along with beamed ceilings and a bit of built-in shelving. The kitchen, equipped with a breakfast bar, has been updated with new appliances and aluminum cabinetry.

The home sits on a .43-acre lot, with plenty of patio space, a spa, and a two-car garage.

Asking price is $4.3 million.

Living room
Dining room
Living spaces looking outside
Kitchen
Bedroom with paper screen