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

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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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