One-of-a kind Mid-Century modern post-and-beam USC case study home, designed by architect Douglas Byles (of Byles and Weston), student of Professor Calvin Straub. Built in 1952, this 1,335 sqft. home with a detached garage and carport is nestled on a spacious, secluded lot in the tranquil Rubio Canyon neighborhood. The efficient, open interior features slate flooring throughout the living area, a large gas fireplace, beamed ceilings and a U-shaped kitchen with granite counters and double ovens. There are multiple indoor-outdoor access points through floor-to-ceiling, sliding glass doors along two sides of the house, with patio areas located off the dining room, living room, and master bedroom. All bedrooms have ceiling fans and large closets. Both baths were recently updated. Solar panels and an instant hot water heater make this home energy efficient, while central air and forced-air heating keep the temperature comfortable year round. The mature, low maintenance landscape is lined with citrus trees and succulents, all easily accessible from the paved walkway surrounding the house.
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