Edward H. Fickett, F.A.I.A., 1956 | 3736 Hayvenhurst Ave, Encino, CA 91436 | Mid-Century Modern

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Tour our Historic Los Angeles Mid Century Modern House!

Part of our journey involved saving a historic house in Los Angeles from the wrecking ball. We spent 3 years doing a museum quality restoration, doing most of the work ourselves. We successfully petitioned City Hall & won Landmark Designation for our home, protecting it for generations to come. Our house was designed by an amazing group of Architects & Designers led by A. Quincy Jones. You might notice some John Lautner & Frank Llyod Wright in the bones! The lead draftsmen, Jim Charlton, was one of Frank Llyod Wright's top apprentices & he work-studied for his education, helping out at the schools (Taliesin) & farms that supported them. He worked under Lautner, who was originally in charge of the design, but then moved over to Jones's team after a domestic entanglement between Lautner & his Boss's wife! Chartlon also studied under Lautner during the building of Frank Llyod Wright's Sturges house on our same mountain. Our home is part of a greater community called The Crestwood Hills. It was one of the 1st homes built by this design team. We live in a sad time for these beautiful homes. The property values in Los Angeles & confluence of uneducated or insensitive international buyers results in the destruction of our cultural heritage. We hope this video will help share our appreciation for American Modernist Architecture & perhaps convince more people to save these homes instead of building large soulless stucco boxes and imprisoning themselves from the indoor/outdoor California Lifestyle. Music By Sea & Cake Jacking The Ball 1993 Extra Special thanks to Kristine Smiley for filming this for us! Please subscribe to her amazing youtube channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/kristinesmiley

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Edward H. Fickett, F. A. I. A. , 1956: This private mid-century post and beam modern located in the hills of Encino showcases the masterful work of the architect. Thoughtful design allows spaciousness; with a freestanding fireplace in the center of the home providing definition without confinement. Strategically placed fenestration offers seamless fluidity of environment permitting an infusion of natural light. This 4-bedroom / 4-bathroom atomic ranch flows within 2,720sf * and includes a large Master suite with fireplace and large walk-in. Beds 3 and 4 are separated by original accordion wall. Top-of-the-line upgrades include French white oak hardwood flooring, custom chef's kitchen with Gaggenau appliances and Caesarstone countertops, spa-like bathrooms, and freshly painted. The large private backyard with pool and spa provides privacy while enjoying the mature landscaping. Buyers looking for design and integrity will appreciate the pride of ownership displayed. | MLS 16-160888 | Presented by Modern Homes Los Angeles #01871422 | Mid-Century at a Classic Level

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