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Woodsy midcentury modern by Richard E. Nevara in the Hollywood Hills asking $1.4M

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The 1958 post-and-beam was the architect’s own longtime family residence

3458 Adina Drive
Photos by Kirk Lamb, courtesy of Darla Haun-Pacheco

Located at 3458 Adina Drive in the Cahuenga Pass, this post-and-beam was designed by architect Richard E. Nevara, whose CV included a stint overseeing the architectural design department of America’s largest construction and civil engineering corporation, Bechtel.

Nevara built the three-bedroom, two-bath modern for his personal family residence in 1958, when he was not quite 30 years old, and it has been owned by the Nevara family ever since.

Sited above the street at the end of a cul-de-sac, the 1,707-square-foot home is a symphony of wood, with a cedar-clad exterior, redwood beamed ceilings, and teak wall paneling and cabinetry. It also features ample walls of glass and concrete and stone tile floors.

On a 9,754-square-foot lot with mature trees and a koi pond, the property is listed in a trust sale with Darla Haun-Pacheco of Pelegrino Properties at an asking price of $1.382 million. An open house is scheduled from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.

The 1,707-square-foot home is clad in cedar siding.
Sliding glass walls line one side of the entry hall.
The woodsy motif continues with redwood beamed ceilings and teak wall paneling.
The galley kitchen is semi-open.
There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The 9,754-square-foot lot features mature trees and a koi pond.
Vintage architectural drawing by Richard Nevara.