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Woodland Hills midcentury with loads of potential asks $749K

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Designed by modernist Charles DuBois

Living room
The living open living area has beamed ceilings and a huge stone fireplace.
Photos courtesy Holly Hatch, Keller Williams Realty Calabasas

Feeling handy? With just a little bit of careful restoration, this distinguished midcentury modern home in Woodland Hills could really shine.

Built in 1961, the three-bedroom house was, per the listing, designed by Charles DuBois, who built a host of other modern ranch-style homes in the area in the late 1950s and early ’60s.

With a roomy 2,253 square feet of living space, it includes three bathrooms and an open living space that flows into the kitchen, which doesn’t appear to have been majorly updated in decades.

The living room features floor-to-ceiling windows, a massive stone fireplace, and a vaulted and beamed ceiling. Other interior highlights include vintage bathroom tile, sliding glass doors, and wood-paneled walls.

The house sits on a one-third-acre lot with a large backyard enclosed by tall hedges. There’s also a swimming pool (complete with diving board) and an attached garage with parking for four vehicles.

Asking price is $749,000.

Exterior view of house
Living room looking outside
Vintage kitchen
Pink bathroom
Bedroom with sliding door
Backyard with pool