Open House Obsession: A Knockout Mid-Century in Studio City, $2.25M


With an exceptional, period-appropriate renovation by interior designer Daniel Krog and his husband, television producer and executive Adam Bonnett, this c.1951 home– originally by the architect Henry C. Burge– is asking $2,250,000.

3748 Eureka Drive will be open today, Friday, April 26, and Sunday, April 28, and again on Sunday, May 5.

Sited on a large, elevated lot with views of the San Fernando Valley and the Hollywood Hills, the 2-bed, 2-bath home is a California classic is both simple and straightforward, with excellent original construction values and reflecting the post-WW2 era’s newly casual approach to indoor-outdoor living. And a new, period-perfect kidney shaped pool.

What We Love: The beautifully curated selection of (mostly) Knoll International furniture by its best practitioners, stars like Eames, Bertoia, Sarinnen and Noguchi. Plus the unironic revival of a long-lost window treatment– those short pinch-pleat drapes (below) last observed in vintage design magazines

No period kitchen and baths, though. Krog and Bonnett took a sympathetic but sleek route there.

More: Go to the dedicated site for additional information and images. Represented by Margot Tempereau and Barry Gray,  veteran architecture and design specialists at Deasy Penner Podley.

Photo Credit: Cameron Carothers