Kurt Krueger Architects’ Stunning Renovation Of Iconic ‘Kearsarge Residence’ For Sale

Renovated Brentwood home known as “The Kearsarge Residence,” for sale

Brentwood, Los Angeles, California; July 7, 2017 –– Architect Kurt Krueger is pleased to announce that the Bauhaus-tradition Brentwood home known as “The Kearsarge Residence,” originally designed by Romanian expatriate and architect Haralamb Georgescu, is completely renovated and now available for sale. The owner is seeking $5.1M for the 3,739-square foot, 4-bedroom, 5-bathroom home located at 11808 Kearsarge Street.

“This house is a special offering because usually we design residences that homeowners never want to leave. As always, this one features our signature design-build process and sensitivity to the history and context of the site,” said principal Kurt Krueger.

The renovation to this historic mid-century modern house is a quintessential expression of Krueger’s design approach. As the listing says, “A gated, ficus-lined drive leads to a pristine white stucco and glass compound overlooking a forested arroyo. Surrounded by sculpture, mosaics and majestic trees, the property whispers serenity, privacy and convenience.” The 2-story living room overlooks two mezzanine rooms – a den and a study. The new kitchen and family room provide access to a dining terrace. This area connects to an outdoor living space, where the future owners will enjoy a pool, space and covered lounge.

Kurt Krueger offers residential clients in the Brentwood area a cohesive design-build process in which design shares top billing with construction and sets him apart from other design-build firms. More at kurtkruegerarchitects.com and deasypenner.com/properties/los-angeles/90049/11808-kearsarge-st.

 

CONTACT: Kurt Krueger, kurt@kurtkruegerarchitect.com, (310) 979-9945

Kurt Krueger of Kurt Krueger Architects

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