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Clear Oak House by Woods + Dangaran

Clear Oak House by Woods + Dangaran

Project: Clear Oak House
Architects: Woods + Dangaran
Interior Design: Christopher Allen
Landscape Architecture: Chris Sosa
Location: Encino, California
Area: 4,800 SF
Photo Credits: Joe Fletcher
Text by Woods + Dangaran

Nestled in the hills above the San Fernando Valley, Clear Oak House is a restored and renovated single-story, mid-century home with wrap-around views of the San Gabriel and Santa Susana mountains. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors integrate the living space with the landscape, opening up to a large entertainment deck and a cantilever, corner-infinity edge pool that amplifies the connection between the indoor and outdoor spaces. Visitors enter the residence, which once belonged to Bing Crosby’s manager, through a beautiful courtyard flanked by native plants and trees.

Clear Oak House by Woods + Dangaran

Clear Oak House by Woods + Dangaran

Clear Oak House by Woods + Dangaran

dining room, Woods + Dangaran

Clear Oak House by Woods + Dangaran

kitchen, Woods + Dangaran

Clear Oak House by Woods + Dangaran

bedroom, Woods + Dangaran

bathroom, Woods + Dangaran

home office, Woods + Dangaran

Clear Oak House by Woods + Dangaran

floor plan

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