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Classic 1950s modern in Woodland Hills asks $775K

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The three-bedroom home has cork floors and beamed ceilings

The house sits on a grassy lot with nearly 9,000 square feet of land.
Courtesy Holly Hatch, Keller Williams

Here’s a lovely midcentury home in Woodland Hills that, new kitchen appliances aside, doesn’t appear to have been altered much since its construction in 1955.

The listing does note that the HVAC system and roof are new, but those changes don’t detract from the vintage vibe.

The 1,696-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, with cork and stone flooring and pitched ceilings. Other classically modern features include wood-paneled walls, sliding glass doors, a dramatic brick fireplace, and vintage bathroom tile.

The house is fronted by a well manicured lawn, and an orange tree grows alongside the large, covered front porch. The house sits on a sizable 8,986-square-foot lot, with a back deck and plenty of room for a garden. A two-car garage could offer a bit of extra storage space.

The modern-style residence is asking $775,000.