The Skinner House, a Streamline Moderne home designed by architect William Kesling, went on the market last June at an asking price of $1.395 million. It took a $145,000 price cut to attract a buyer for the Easterly Terrace home, which is a city cultural historic monument. The three-bedroom property built in 1937 officially sold on Sept. 27 for $1,250,000. That’s sales price is below the previous sales price of $1.495 million recorded in November 2007 but still translates into more than $600 a square-foot. Kesling was one of Southern California’s most prolific designers of Streamline Moderne homes before he was sent to prison on fraud charges, according to book publisher Balcony Press.