For $1.7M, a handsome Calabasas post and beam nestled among boulders

By Bianca Barragan

A total retreat tucked away in Calabasas’s Monte Nido neighborhood, this 1966 home by architect Douglas Rucker offers the perks of a mid-century post and beam house in perhaps the most serene setting possible.

The three-bedroom house is set on over three-quarters of an acre of land, with a stream cutting through it. Large moss and lichen-covered boulders and a canopy of oaks are visible from huge, floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

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