A truly rare find has just come available that offers a bright and sunny interior and priceless views all around. This particular three bedroom, two bath abode has more than 1,550 square feet of living space and features an open floor plan, all situated on a roomy, quarter-acre lot.
Snuggled along the border of Northridge and Granada Hills, the residence is one of just 54 homes known as the “Living Conditioned Homes” community that were designed by modern architects Dan Palmer and William Krisel in the late 1950s for developer Sanford D. Adler.
Each room lends itself to natural light via the numerous windows and vaulted ceilings – all providing an added openness to the home. Additional amenities include an ample two-car garage, several gardens, mature trees, an enclosed private front courtyard, and plenty of additional comfortable outdoor seating – perfect for sipping that morning coffee or enjoying an evening meal.
The last time the property was listed for sale was back in the mid-1970, with a price tag of below $19,000. This home, which is located at 18416 Blackhawk Street in San Fernando Valley, is being offered at $627K. Private tours can be arranged for interested buyers.