Picture-Perfect 1959 Edward Fickett on Mulholland Asks $2.5M

By Bianca Barragan

Right on Mulholland Drive in Bel Air sits this dazzling mid-century house by architect Edward Fickett, looking like something ripped from the pages of a coffee table book about the highly popular period. Built in 1959 and located at the end of a “semi-private” drive, the post and beam dwelling has one large, open living area with a massive fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows (including clerestory windows) overlooking the backyard and the Valley beyond. The master suite features a steam shower, a walk-in closet, and a large stand-alone tub that looks like a takeout box. Last sold in 2010 for $1.375 million,according to Redfin, it’s now listed for $2.495 million.

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