Home of the Day: A peek inside Case Study House No. 25

Home of the Day: Along the Long Beach canals, Case Study House No.25

Part of the post-war Arts & Architecture’s Case Study House program, the Frank House by Edward Killingsworth of Killingsworth, Brady, Smith & Associates is distinguished by clean lines, functional, open space and a 17-foot doorway. A glass-enclosed atrium, flanked by formal living and dining room areas, sits inside the entrance of the modernist home built along the Naples Canal in Long Beach and designated house No. 25 in the project.

Location: 82 Rivo Alto Canal, Long Beach, 90803

Price: $2.549 million

Year built: 1961

Architect: Edward Killingsworth, Killingsworth, Brady, Smith & Associates

House size: Three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2,307 square feet

Lot size: 3,461 square feet

Features: Reflecting pool entry, 17-foot front door, floor-to-ceiling glass, interior courtyard, living room, dining room, office/study, canal views, 40-foot private boat dock

About the area: The median sale price for homes in the 90803 ZIP Code over the last 90 days is $726,000 based on 63 sales, according to Redfin. The median sale price for that area is $818,000.

Agents: Doug Kramer, RE/MAX Real Estate Specialists, (562) 627-1001

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