Mid-Century Modern With Valley Views And A Wrap-Around Pool, $3M

By Philip Ferrato

Where: 3851 Beverly Ridge Drive, Sherman Oaks
Asking: $3,000,000
What: A 4-bed, 3-bath 1962 classic Post-and-Beam with a pedigree, designed by the local firm Wuesthoff + Gallion in 1962. Completely renovated with a light touch, it’s the perfect setting for a budding MCM furniture collection. The street facade is discreet with no hint of what’s inside.

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Beyond the foyer, the house wraps around a sheltered courtyard with glimpses of the pool and beyond.

What We Love: A spa with a view, and the wrap-around swimming pool. Who needs lawn when you can have laps?

On the lower level there’s a media room, plus a secluded patio and fountain.

More: Check out the the property’s dedicated site for additional information and images.

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