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Home of the Day: Fred Smathers-designed Mediterranean in Nichols Canyon
This Mediterranean-style residence on a flat lot in Nichols Canyon was designed by Fred Smathers, an architect-developer whose homes attracted a celebrity following in the ‘70s and ‘80s. Smathers’ style is evidenced by high ceilings, terrace balconies and formal areas designed for small and large-scale entertaining. Hedged privacy walls and eucalyptus trees, landscaped grounds feature a brick-lined patio, an outdoor dining room, a swimming pool and formal gardens.
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