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Architect's 1956 L.A. Home Lists For the First Time For $1.65M

On the market for the first time ever, in what Curbed LA calls "the architectural Candyland known as Crestwood Hills," is a 1956 spread designed by architect Earl G. Richards to be his personal residence. What a midcentury-minded buyer gets for $1.65M? The usual: cork floors, clerestory windows, alternating walls of glass and wood paneling, and a veritable treasure trove of 1950s-style built-ins.

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