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Woodsy modern by Bill Mack in Mandeville Canyon asking $4.5M

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Built in 1962 with a later expansion by architect/surfboard designer Matt Kivlin

Photos by Nathanael Williams, courtesy of Christopher Pomeroy

Increasingly popular with Hollywood power-players thanks to its secluded, rural nature, Brentwood’s Mandeville Canyon is also a bastion of noteworthy architecture.

Within the bucolic Westside enclave are homes by such illustrious practitioners as Pierre Koenig, Cliff May, Gerard Colcord, Allen Siple, and Bill Mack, who designed this striking residence on Old Orchard Road that’s just hit the market.

Per the listing, the 1962 modern was later expanded by prolific local architect/surfboard designer Matt Kivlin.

Measuring 3,920 square feet, the woodsy home features four bedrooms, five baths, lofty beamed ceilings, two brick fireplaces, and a plethora of built-ins. Walls of glass, skylights, and multiple decks help blur the line between indoors and out, while the property’s .8-acre grounds contain a swimming pool and a chicken coop.

Last sold for $2.427 million in 2007, it’s now asking $4.5 million.