An atrium, walls of glass, and water features characterize this Mid-Century Modern Post & Beam residence in Woodland Hills.
Designed by Ray K. Mosher, AIA, the 1964 home exemplifies indoor/outdoor living.
Veteran shoe designer Charles Brown, founder of sustainable shoe brand LOOM Way of Life, bought the home in 2002 with his wife, and the couple has carefully updated it over the past 18 years.
Enhanced finishes and fixtures elevate the property while preserving Mosher’s thoughtful Mid-Century environment.
The home features five bedrooms and four bathrooms, including a separate grand suite, a three-bedroom cluster, and a sequestered fifth bedroom currently set up as a flexible work from home space.
The grounds are thoughtfully landscaped, with a sparkling pool and waterfall. The street to street lot offers the possibility of a second residence or ADU.