Dramatic Midcentury Modern Home Designed by Kenneth Lind

Photo by: Zillow A dramatic vaulted ceiling is the focal point of the living room in this 1969 midcentury modern home designed by architect Kenneth Lind. Skylights allow natural sunlight to flood the room.

A desirable location and delectable architecture come together in today’s cool house: Designed in 1969 by architect Kenneth Lind, this sprawling residence is a midcentury modern gem in Santa Monica’s coveted Rustic Canyon area.

What struck us most about this mod home can be observed overhead: In all the public rooms, vaulted-beam ceilings scattered with skylights lend a dramatic look and let loads of natural light stream in. Beyond the main living areas, the house comes with a whopping 10 bedrooms and eight bathrooms spread over 10,169 square feet.

In typical midcentury fashion, large glass doors connect the home’s interior with its secluded outdoor living areas, including a pool, a spacious deck and a fire pit with built-in seating. Flip through the photo gallery to see for yourself.

About the House

Deck: Kenneth Lind Midcentury Home in Santa Monica, Calif.
  • Location: Santa Monica, Calif.
  • Listed By: Craig Knizek of The Agency
  • Price: $11,500,000


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