A Topanga Canyon property with a towering coastal are living oak escalating up and by way of the ceiling is on the market for $2.6 million.
Recognized as “Sloan’s Oak Estate,” it shares a 3.5-acre wooded whole lot with a guest household and a studio for a total of 2,925 square toes with four bedrooms, 4 loos and floor-to-ceiling windows that spill normal gentle into the dwelling place.
There is a cooking hearth in the main dwelling, where by the tree approximated to be 300 to 500 many years previous grows through the roof.
In accordance to listing agent Catherine Campbell of Sotheby’s International Realty, the primary architect worked with Monthly bill Sloan, an engineer, on sealing the space exactly where the tree grows by way of the roof with rubber gaskets to continue to keep out drinking water, dust, leaves and critters.
“(It’s a) rather incredible design and style,” Campbell reported.
The property was constructed by engineer Bill Sloan and his wife, Pearl, in 1948. Pearl died in 2007 at 89. Her spouse followed in 2016 at 98.
House documents exhibit that the home was marketed to the current entrepreneurs in 2017 for $1.6 million.
The sellers have built numerous improvements to the home, from updating the key home kitchen area to turning the garage into a studio. They upgraded electrical and plumbing. And they redid the flooring and, wherever needed, changed wood.
Outside is an abundance of paved patios and hilltop views obtainable by foot.