William Krisel, a pioneering mid-century architect died last year at the age of 92 but his legacy lives on in the homes he created. His residential and commercial designs are scattered around Southern California. This immaculately maintained mid-century vintage residence in La Jolla is a classic example.
Built in 1962, this incredibly bright, open concept Drogan built home combines the floor to ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings and modern aesthetic for which this architectural genre is known and loved.
Designed for seamless indoor/outdoor living by Krisel it features his signature private back yard, clerestory windows and logical yet flexible floorplan.
The living, entertaining, and dining spaces are connected directly to the kitchen.
The home’s three bedrooms are located down one hallway.
The home is located on a quiet cul-de-sac and has wonderful outdoor space. It is listed for $1.549 million with Willis Allen Real Estate and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.
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