A Mid-Century Classic in the Californian Woods lists for $1.7m

By Emma Tucker

This 1966 post-and-beam residence offers a peaceful haven in California’s wooded Malibu Hills.

Designed by Malibu architect Douglas Rucker, the Calabasas property – on the market with Deasy/Penner for $1.695m – is an exercise in classic mid-century design, with timber slatted ceilings, exposed beams and built-in cabinetry.

Set over 2254 sq m, the three bedroom Modernist home has been designed around its environment, with trees puncturing its decking, and in one spot, even snaking through the eaves.

 

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