The late Steven Hill made his imprint on Silver Lake architecture with many of these distinctive stucco and glass block houses. 3507 Fernwood Avenue shows the builder at his best; the Streamline Moderne house with its cascading rectilinear and curvilinear details, complimented by a generous dose of glass brick is outstanding. Situated on a corner lot in the prestigious Moreno Highlands of Silver Lake, the house is reminiscent of the c.1937 William Kesling-designed Ulm House in Los Feliz. The three-bedroom, three-bath house in 2513 sq.ft. most recently (March 2013) sold for $1,356,000 and was described in the listing as “rare mix of spacious living areas, high ceilings, an open floor plan, and great outdoor space designed by Steven Hill. Streamline moderne influences throughout with curved cascading walls and glass brick. Huge master bedroom with en suite bath and private balcony. A deck off the living room leads to a beautiful pool with large flat yard space. Two additional bedrooms upstairs round out this stunning residence. Direct access to large 2-car garage with tons of storage”.
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