Knoxville is a special home, and it required extraordinary staging.
Located in a quiet neighborhood of Long Beach, it was designed by Ross DeYoung in 1956 and was awarded a Southern California AIA (american institute of architects ) award upon its completion. This meticulously maintained example of the modernist post and beam style of architecture came on the market for only its second time in 60 years, so a delicate hand was critical to keeping the authenticity of the home’s language.
The perfect canvas for our minimalist pieces, shapiro joyal’s solid wood furniture blended seamlessly with the purist lines of the house, and helped elevate some of its original details, like shoji screen walls, exposed beam ceilings and redwood paneling.
On the market for just one weekend, this rare home enjoyed multiple offers and sold within 48 hours, above asking price.