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Angular midcentury modern in Glendale asking $1.45M

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Terrazzo floors, an infinity pool, and views for days

Photos by David Charbonier, courtesy of Todd Mangiafico

If you’ve got a thing for terrazzo, you’ll want to check out this new listing in Glendale, as it’s got it in spades—just don’t drop your marbles!

Located in the city’s Brockmont neighborhood, the hillside home was built in 1957. While the three-bedroom, two-bath residence has seen significant changes since then, it retains a classic midcentury essence thanks to its open plan, high ceilings, floating fireplace, and walls of glass.

Newer features include a fancy wine cooler; a media room with projector, disappearing movie screen, and built-in speakers; solar panels; and a saltwater infinity-edge pool with spa.

Last sold in 2007 for $1.38 million, the .32-acre property is now asking $1.449 million. An open house is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.