The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect

The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect
The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect The Sinclair Residence, 1964 :: Arthur Millier, Jr., Architect
id# 2073
Sold
3934 Robin Hill Road
La Canada
$1,550,000
3 BD / 3 BA
2,753 sq. ft.
114,423 sq. ft. lot

Deasy Penner & Partners :: Craig Terrien

On an East-facing hillside, at the end of a private drive, the International Modern style is interpreted for tranquil, gracious family living. Over 70 feet of floor-to-ceiling glass opens each room to stunning views of the Mountains, and 2 1/2 acres of drought-tolerant native landscaping, vegetable gardens and orchards. The spacious floor plan houses a step-down living room with dramatic fireplace, formal dining room, 3 bedrooms, 2 of which divide into 4 through articulating walls, and 3 bathrooms, one with step down Roman soaking tub. Quality period features, such as Philippine Mahogany doors and cabinetry, George Nelson “Sculptura” tile, and Pomona tile still remain, as well as high grade copper plumbing, plaster walls & ceilings, steel sliding glass doors, and solar panels. Nearly 50 years later, this home still presents a thoughtful, uncompromising, and relevant view of modern Southern California residential design.

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