The post and beam style house was designed by Edward C. Malone, a student at the University of Southern California’s School of Architecture in 1957. The two bedroom, one bath house in 1122 sq.ft. most recently (October 2012) sold for $841,00 and was described in the listing as ‘Edward C. Malone designed the home for his friends Donald and Ruby Moreland in the ‘modern’ post-and-beam-style. Influenced by the USC School of Architecture, the recognized progenitor of this style of architecture, Mr. Malone included open beamed ceilings, Douglas Fir paneling, clerestory and floor to ceiling windows in his vision. Meticulously maintained and restored by its current owners, this is a gem. Superb Kitchen has vintage Hotpoint ‘Customline’ oven and cooktop , cork flooring and ‘flying coffin’ overhead cabinetry. Vintage bath features original tile and fixtures with separate tub and stall shower. Very private rear yard and patio has stepping stone and pebble surfaces with bamboo shrubbery. An expansive deck skirting the front of the structure offers tree-top views of the mountains.’
The house is located at 2840 Angus Street.