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Greta Magnusson Grossman's 'Hurley House' Is A Midcentury-Lover's Dream (PHOTOS)

There's no denying that Greta Magnusson Grossman was one of the most influential female architects of our time. And midcentury-lover's can now rejoice: Her most iconic home, the Hurley House, is currently up for grabs for the first time ever, according to listing agent, Peter Lavin.

Located in Los Angeles, California, the exterior is almost identical to when it was built in 1958. It also still has the famous kidney-shaped pool. Inside, you'll find the original floating fireplace and the owners even kept the vintage Robsjohn-Gibbings chairs. But as our friends at California Home & Design point out, there have been some significant changes such as the replacement of the carpeting with tiles and the removal of the wood paneling in the dining room.

According to the listing by The Beachwood Team at Links Real Estate, the four-bedroom and four-bath house is listed for $1,795,000. So, if you're in the market for a little piece of history, we suggest you check this out.

Scroll through to see vintage and current photos of the property, and be sure to head over to California Home & Design and Links Real Estate for more information.

The Hurley House

The Hurley House

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