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Architect Morris Bolter's Midcentury Home Wants $1.595M

Photos by Cameron Carothers

Designed by Calif.-based architect Morris Bolter as a personal family residence, this 1,914-square-foot abode in Los Angeles offers a whole lot of minimalist style, glassy walls, and what Architectural Digest calls "Bauhausian spirit"—all for the asking price of $1.595M. Originally built in 1966, the sleek, low-slung home manages not to feel narrow or cramped, despite its long, slender shape, thanks to an open, airy floor plan and the same dark, hardwood floors running throughout the entire three-bedroom pad. Outside, the hill-top land offers lush green lawns and some pretty epic views, all of which can be seen—as the ever-so-helpful brokerbabble points out—"through strip fenestration reminiscent of early Bauhaus design." Take a look at the very Bauhaus listing photos below:

· Buy architect Morris Bolter's own mid-century modern in Lake Hollywood for $1.595 Million [Curbed LA]
· On the Market: A Minimalist Home Overlooking the Hollywood Hills [Architectural Digest]