Beds: 2 | Baths: 2 | Size: Approx. 1,363 sqft | Lot: Approx. 6,778 sqft
The “Grier House” was built in 1954 and designed by famed mid-century architect Edward H. Fickett, FAIA. This architectural home features walls of glass, affording panoramic views of the city and Griffith Park Observatory, and large open decks. The home was designed perpendicular to the street to enhance the view. Its orientation allows more sunlight in during the winter and less in the summer. The open floor plan, bamboo floors, modern stainless steel kitchen, floor-to-ceiling windows and doors create a seamless indoor-outdoor flow perfect for entertaining. All rooms feature sliding doors, including a master suite opening up onto a large outdoor deck with an amazing view. Designated a Historic-Cultural Monument because of its architectural significance, the house enjoys a significant tax advantage under the Mills Act, which is subject to annual review and approval.
Listing courtesy of Jay Tremaine, Douglas Elliman