This midcentury California home by architect Calvin Staub has just had its modernist credentials reinstated – and it’s now on the market for $2,088,888.
Design firm HabHouse restored the 1954 post-and-beam Pasadena property, which was originally the personal residence of the architect. As well as being a professor at USC, he went on to join housebuilding form Buff & Hensman, which pioneered post-and-beam living across California.
To take 725 Burleigh Drive ‘back to its original vision’, HabHouse has reinstated cork floors, exposed beamed ceilings and walls of glass across the three-bedroom home. The kitchen has also been updated in a sympathetic style, including stone countertops, while the living room has a large brick fireplace.
Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.