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By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo

Built in 1959 by the award-winning firm Buff, Straub & Hensman—the creators of more than 300 houses throughout Southern California in their heyday—the Thompson Moseley House in San Marino, California, is a stellar example of midcentury post-and-beam architecture. In 2009, the home was thoughtfully restored by Space International, who stayed true to the architects’ original intent.

Now on the market for a cool $4,000,000, the three-bed, three-bath residence offers open-plan living with a chef’s kitchen and wet bar, a glass-enclosed bedroom suite, a pool and guesthouse—and a very on-trend hideaway “cloffice.”

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