Tuesday, October 25, 2016

The Bubeck Residence by Allyn Morris in Glassell Park

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The Bubeck Residence

The Max Bubeck Residence by Allyn E. Morris c. 1956. A triumph of Mid-Century Modernism that embodies the best in Los Angeles architecture. Resting in the hills of Glassell Park, this private H-shaped home is a complex combination of steel, glass and concrete block that creates a singular and creative environment from the moment you walk in.

Clerestory windows frame the sky and mountains, while a circular fireplace surrounded by an atrium brings the outdoors inside. The floating ceiling supported by steel beams with walls of glass that disappear were revolutionary for the time. A private pool and spa is surrounded by hedges, and lush landscaping making it perfect for entertaining.

This truly livable 3-bedroom/3.5 bathroom home also has a remodeled kitchen, an elevated den with views, a detached pool house, and an abundance of closets and storage. Outdoor patios, decks and gardens fill the large lot at every turn. “An excellent, fresh, and delightful piece of design.” – Alan Hess, architecture historian.

More details at photos at The Bubeck Residence.

4166 Verdugo View Drive
1,950 square-feet

Open House

  • Sunday, Feb. 28: 1 pm – 4 pm






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