Do most of your home furnishings come from West Elm? Do you worship at the temple of Frank Lloyd Wright? Do you love a good Eames chair?

If you answered 'yes' to any of the above, you're probably going to want this house. Lucky for you, it's for sale.

Built in 1952, the 2,908-square-foot home on Drummond Street in Braeswood Place is listed for $1,275,000. Originally designed by architects Phillip G. Willard and Lucian Hood, the midcentury home (now on its second owner) was carefully restored by renowned Los Angeles-based AREA Architecture in 1999. Renovations included updates like a new kitchen and master and guest bathrooms, and designers took pains to mirror the home's original architectural intent.

With three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, the home features both original elements and modern updates. The former include a pitched redwood ceiling with fir beams, a hand-chiseled flagstone fireplace, and fluted glass detailing; the latter take the form of high-end finishes, Dornbracht fixtures, a double oven, wine cooler, and more.

Sitting on 0.6 park-like acres, the lot also boasts an in-ground pool, patio and deck, fenced-in backyard, and plenty of green space.

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