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Studio City stunner by R.M. Schindler asks $1.9M

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The 1941 residence boasts walls of glass and built-in furniture

Living room
Built in 1941, the house sports a fairly contemporary-looking design.
Photos by Tim Street-Porter, courtesy Crosby Doe Associates

This exquisite midcentury modern residence in Studio City is up for sale for the third time since 2012, but only the fourth time since it was constructed in 1941.

The innovative home, known as the Samuel Goodwin Residence, was designed by R.M. Schindler, who, along with onetime partner Richard Neutra, pioneered modern architectural design in Los Angeles.

This particular house has a strikingly contemporary design (considering it was built more than 75 years ago), with walls of glass and clean lines throughout. Interior features of the 1,531-square-foot home include hardwood floors, built-in furniture, a tiled bathroom, and a central fireplace in the living room.

Featuring two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, the house sits on a 6,371-square-foot lot with a large garden and citrus trees. The master bedroom opens up to a private balcony overlooking a wall of trees and the nearby hills. There’s also a garage out front and a shady patio with room for outdoor seating.

Asking price is $1.89 million.

House seen from garden
View out living room window
Bedroom with built-ins
Tiled bathroom
Master bedroom
Outdoor patio