Palmer & Krisel Designed Mid Century Modern Home in North Hollywood Hits The Market

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12748 West Hartland Street
5 Beds/3 Baths on 2,085 sqft on a total lot size of 7,478 sqft built in 1954 in North Hollywood. The home first hit the market at $499,000 on January 15, 2014 and is already in escrow. The listing description states the home was designed by notable architects William Krisel and Dan Palmer who designed mid century modern homes for the Alexander Construction Company.  They designed throughout Los Angeles primarily in Palm Springs and San Diego. However, they also designed the Corbin Palms (and here) community in Woodland Hills off of Victory and Corbin. Some of their Woodland Hills examples have been featured on this blog here,, here, and here as well as in Van Nuys by Krisel here. The listing description states:
This mid century modern home was designed by visionary architect William Krisel and his partner Dan Palmer. Krisel emphasized livability and devised this airy dwelling with windows opening onto the bright expanse of the surrounding pool and drought tolerant landscape. Krisels' visionary style that defined the sensibility of modernist design in Southern California can be witnessed in this home's open living space and clerestory windows. Permitted additions, done with respect to the original style in the early 1960's, include an upstairs master suite and spacious dining room. The fifth bedroom has been converted into a cozy den that flows into the generous living space. Upgrades include a newer roof, central A/C, copper plumbing and double paned windows. Situated on a cul de sac in an enclave of Krisel designed homes, this property is a stunning example of what he called psychologically pleasing homes.
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