Beds: 4 | Baths: 2.5 | Size: Approx. 2,103 sqft | Lot: Approx. 8,195 sqft
From the street, there is little to be seen behind the tall original red brick wall except for some crisply detailed shiplap wood siding and a somewhat mysterious roofline. Designed by Fleming Richard Fleming, AIA; The Dutton Residence was completed in 1963. The two-story hillside dwelling cantilevers above and into a grove of oak trees, ceanothus, and native chaparral. A stroll away from the Chevy Chase Country Club, the Dutton Home is one of a group of superb mid-century houses in Glendale. The entry at street level opens to the public areas, while the 3 bedrooms and laundry room are on the lower level below, each floor connected to the outdoors with a newer redwood deck and railings wrapping each level. One bedroom, taking up the entire width of the house, would be perfect as a game room or music studio; currently, it’s a playroom.
Above, the open plan of living, dining, and kitchen with its banks of windows and glass doors look into the trees and the San Rafael hills beyond. Designated as a City of Glendale Historic Resource and awarded a Mills Act contract. Check out more pics here!
Listing courtesy of Matthew Berkley, Deasy/Penner & Partners