The Friedman House / A Quincy Jones

A well-preserved property has just had a makeover and is back on the market as this 1950s A Quincy Jones-designed The Friedman House in Los Angeles, California, USA.

The house dates back to 1950 and went up for sale a couple of yeas back, having never been on the market before — and with the kind of time capsule fittings you would expect from such a house.

It wasn’t cheap when it originally sold ($1.25 million), perhaps due to to its post code (or zip code if you like). So it’s obviously not going to any cheaper in renovated form. If you want to live in this stylish hangout, you’ll need the best part of $1.895 million to do so — via WowHaus

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