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Lofty Bronson Canyon house designed in 1979 asking $1.6M

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Soaring ceilings and lots of natural light

Windows and sliding doors bring the outside in.
Photos by Virtually Here Studios, courtesy of Nourmand and Associate

Architect Tony Ngai left his mark on Bronson Canyon and the Los Feliz Oaks, designing a number of geometric hillside homes in the 1970s and ’80s, including this shingled residence at 5763 Cazaux Drive. As the listing aptly notes, the rustic facade belies the bright and lofty interiors.

In the main living areas, dramatic ceilings soar and zigzag, accompanied by ample windows in an assortment of shapes and sizes. The dining area and kitchen—outfitted with marble cabinets, high-end appliances, an apron sink, and handle-free cabinets—float above the living room, which features a fireplace and access to one of multiple terraces with verdant views.

The 2,174-square-foot home holds three bedrooms and two and three quarter baths, including a master suite, plus an attached two-car garage. Last sold in 2017 for $1.23 million, it’s listed now with Alexander Barad of Nourmand and Associates for $1.619 million.

Seven stairs separate the dining room and kitchen from the living room.
The kitchen is newly remodeled.
A separate loft with built-ins.
The home is clad in wood shingles and surrounded by trees.
Multiple terraces have pretty green views.