By Bianca Barragan
Originally Published on Curbed LA
Photos by Cameron Carothers
Built in 1946, the Roth Residence in Studio City is quite the looker. Designed by Modernist Rudolph Schindler, the three-bedroom home is glowing from a “sensitive restoration;” it remains full of midcentury charm.
The living room shows off a row of skylight-like windows that meet the roofline and one giant picture window that frames the view from the property. Original built-ins appear here and throughout the residence.
A bright, galley-like kitchen has an eat-in nook with a built-in curving bench surrounded by windows.
With its 1,564 square feet, the Roth Residence holds three bathrooms, which include some fun, vintage-looking tile. There’s also a new addition to the property: an attached studio recently completed by Bestor Architecture.
Behind the house, there is a patio with a fire pit, plus landscaped space for relaxing outdoors.
The house is listed for $2.295 million.