His name was Zell Van Myers. It was 1955 when this young talented architect out of USC acquired this parcel in Whiting Woods. His goal was to design a cutting edge post and beam home for himself to live within while framing the majestic mountain views offered by this site. His accomplishment is fortunately preserved for the lover of this artistic era of residential architecture.
True to this style, the simple curb side view belies the wonder within. Once through the front door you are welcomed home into a high wood beamed ceiling, a wall of glass, and open space filled with natural light. The formal living and dining rooms enjoy that high ceiling and views through floor to ceiling windows. The kitchen has been updated while preserving the overhead wood cabinets and their sliding doors.
The three bedrooms are all large and both baths have been steadfastly maintained including the original tile and vanities. The master retreat enjoys a huge master bedroom, master sitting room, two closets, and a private covered patio. The rear grounds were made for entertaining around an inviting pool, deck, and that truly stunning mountain view. Just a few of the features include: central air and heating, updated copper plumbing, proximity to hiking trails, and the award winning schools of this sought after neighborhood.
offered by: Craig Farestveit