4520 Dundee Drive
Historical Cultural Monument 674. Edward Fickett, architect. 1966. First contemporary structure to receive Landmark Status by the City of Los Angeles. Private, intact original Post and Beam masterpiece. "The Jacobson Residence" embodies the distinguishing characteristics ofFickett's work; custom designed light fixtures, clerestory windows, room partitions, walnut paneling, built-in amenities such as bar and music storage, aggregate stone paving, large wrap-around decks and interior atrium positioned to allow soft light into areas of the home. Commanding landmark views, swimmers pool, and separate guest/office quarters. Three bedrms, 2 ½ baths and study. Private entertainment pavilion. Newer period Kitchen, Baths, efficient solar panels and improved skylight serve today's lifestyle with deserving upgrades. Nurtured native California landscape. Sited on perhaps the finest architectural street in prime Los Feliz on an approximately 13,000+ sq ft lot. A Midsummer Night's Dream.