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Richard Dorman-Designed Post-and-Beam Pad Wants $2.649M


Crowned a "quintessential Midcentury" listing by the brokerbabble, this L.A. post-and-beam pad just hit the market for $2.649M, marking a big bump up from the $1.985M it sold for just five years ago. Built in 1959 by Richard Dorman—a West Coast modernist architect Curbed LA has called "seriously underrated"—the 3,322-square-foot, three-bedroom spread offers all the good stuff a buyer wants from a house of this style and era, including vaulted beam ceilings, expansive glass walls, and an open floorplan. And while not exactly cozy inside, not with all those zooming architectural angles, stone floors, and white walls, it is perfectly well-preserved and summer party-equipped, thanks to a retro pool and patio setup. Take a look:

· Richard Dorman Mid-Century Mod in the Hills Asking $2.7MM [Curbed LA]