Want a taste of authentic midcentury modern living in California? This post-and-beam dwelling was built in 1960 by architect Bruce Warren Norcross has his own home, and it’s completely original, down to the kitchen appliances.
The post-war Californian property is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac in Eagle Rock and is unaltered after six decades. A red brick exterior gives way to light interiors with clerestory and louvred windows, brick floors, bespoke walnut cabinetry and exposed beams.
Sliding glass doors lead from the living room and kitchen – complete with original ovens and kitchen units– to a covered patio area and balcony. The 30,000 sq ft lot also has a lap pool and plenty of mature trees which screen the back garden from prying eyes.