The Hellman House, designated Historic Cultural Monument Number 822, was built in 1964 and designed by Thomas Lindsey AIA. A mid-century time capsule, the home is sited above the street in lower Nichols Canyon and exhibits character defining features of International Style (Modern) architecture. Horizontal volume, walls and glass kept on the same plane, flat roofs without parapets and extensive use of glass. Updates have been done carefully to retain original details. At approximately 2444 square feet the light filled rooms are generous and the open floor plan includes two bedrooms, a den, one and three-quarter baths and a spacious galley kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Many of the rooms open to the large patio with spa tub. As an added bonus, the property is under a Mills Act Contract offering significant property tax savings. This property should not be missed by the mid-century enthusiast. Trust sale and no court confirmation is required.

Overview

  • StyleMid-Century
  • Year Built1964
  • Parking/GarageGarage - 2 Car
  • HeatingCentral
  • CoolingCentral

Features

    • Security
    • Floor CoveringsCarpet, Mixed, Tile

    Rooms

    • Bedrooms2
    • Full Baths1
    • 3/4 Baths1
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