The hillside home presents an unassuming facade.

Designed by Schindler protégé E. Richard Lind

Just down the street from Rudolph Schindler’s Wilson House in Silver Lake sits this residence designed by his onetime draftsman and protégé, Edward Richard Lind.

Built in 1950, the 1,799-square-foot home has two levels, with its main living space on the upper floor. There you’ll find three bedrooms, 1.5 baths, living room, dining room, kitchen, and office. In keeping with the classic California modern style, there’s an open floor plan in the common spaces, hardwood and cork floors, beamed ceilings, multiple skylights, and copious expanses of glass ensuring constant connection with nature.

As for the lower level, along with a two-car garage, there’s a small studio apartment—“currently a successful AirBnb”—with wood-paneled walls, jalousie windows, and a modest kitchenette.

Sweetening the deal is a solar-heated swimming pool, beyond which lies a hillside garden populated with citrus trees.

Located at 1660 Redcliff Street, the property is now on the market for the first time in 22 years with an asking price of $1.495 million. Open house is Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. Jacqueline Tager of Sotheby’s holds the listing.

Features include hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, a ribbon of skylights, and built-in shelves.
Ample expanses of glass invite the outdoors in.
The kitchen and bathrooms have been updated.
There are three bedrooms on the upper level.
The lower level contains a studio with kitchenette and currently serves as an AirBnb rental, according to the listing description.

Out back is a solar-heated pool and sloped yard with citrus trees.