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Colorful compound on four acres in Tujunga Canyon asking $2.3M

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“Designed for off-the-grid living” by Kiyohara Moffitt Architects

Completed in 2010, the residence won a national design award from the Society of American Registered Architects.
Photos by K. Taylor, courtesy of Marc Silver and Barry Sloane

This distinctive property will be familiar to just about anyone who’s taken a ride through bucolic Tujunga Canyon during the last decade. Designed in 2009 by Kiyohara Moffitt Architects, the red, gold, and green compound is the only residence in sight for seemingly miles around—and now it can be yours!

Known as the Clear Creek Residence, the compound is located behind a steel gate on a sylvan four-acre lot at 2150 Big Tujunga Canyon Road. Constructed around a courtyard, it consists of a 3,640-square-foot main house with four bedrooms and four baths, a one-bedroom guest apartment, and a three-car garage.

Per the listing, the home was “designed for ‘off the grid’ living with many environmentally conscious features.” Architectural details include vaulted beamed ceilings, hardwood and tile floors, two fireplaces, upscale finishes, and multiple sets of French doors that open out to expansive decks. The listing also notes that plans for stables, a tack room, and a dressage ring are available.

The secluded property is listed with Marc Silver and Barry Sloane of Compass for an asking price of $2.295 million.

Located behind a steel gate, the angular contemporary stands out in striking contrast to the surrounding landscape.
The living room features vaulted beamed ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, and French doors that open to a view deck.
The open plan kitchen has professional-grade appliances and plenty of counter space.
There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Multiple windows allow one to soak up the bucolic views while soaking in the tub.
The detached guest house also features vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, and French doors.
The house sits on a four-acre parcel with no neighbors in sight.