While LA is known for its vast array of varied residential architectural styles, the famed “Case Study Houses,” which were sponsored by Arts & Architecture in the mid-1900s, are especially emblematic in the Southern California locale.
Now, with the recent listing of one of Edward Killingsworth’s creations (on the market for the first time since it was built in the early 1960s), is the rare opportunity to own one of only two dozen homes.
Indoor and outdoor living are seamlessly connected here, where you will find two bedrooms and two full baths, along with a living room, office space, and elevated dining area. Slotted wood atrium ceilings, multiple skylights, and large expanses of glass provide an abundance of natural sunlight.
The owner’s privacy is enhanced with the gated entrance and high walls that secure the entire grounds. The home sits on more than half an acre within the confines of the famed Virginia Country Club, and overlooks its beautifully maintained golf course.
Located at 4606 N. Virginia Road in Long Beach, this home is listed for sale at $3.3 million. Private showings can be scheduled for interested purchasers.