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Soaring A-frame in Topanga seeks $1.1M

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Built among trees, the 1970s home has planked walls and original parquet floors

View into living room with parquet floors, walls of glass, and a freestanding fireplace
The home’s master suite overlooks its light-filled living room.
Photos by Scott Everts, courtesy Sophie Zeiler/Snyder Sutton

Hip hip hoor-A-frame!

This striking Topanga home was built in 1970 and boasts airy interiors accentuated by its towering ceiling and walls of glass.

Within the home’s angular living space are three bedrooms and two bathrooms—including a lofted master suite—spread across 1,536 square feet. Original parquet floors can still be found in the living room and kitchen, while planked ceilings and exposed beams give the home a bit of rustic charm.

That’s helped along by its location on a nearly 11,000-square-foot lot, surrounded by tall trees and thick vegetation. A long balcony accessible from the living room overlooks the backyard and steps alongside the home lead down to a large wooden deck and barbecue area below.

The property is equipped with a two-car garage and a bonus storage space below the house. Located at 19650 Valley View Drive, it sits within walking distance of the quirky shops of Topanga Canyon Boulevard. Asking price is $1.149 million.

A white-walled room with a flat ceiling with exposed beams.
Parquet floors extend into the family room.
Two chairs arranged in front of a railing, with the home’s living room visible below.
A floating staircase in the living room leads up to the master suite.
Bedroom with angular ceiling that leads out to a wooden deck.
Multiple balconies overlook the forest-like grounds.
Large wooden deck with a grill and an outdoor dining table.
A back deck is shaded by trees and surrounded by thick vegetation.