The home on Woodrow Wilson Drive designed by Raphael Soriano — and built for Shulman — is listed at $2.495 million vacant. It includes an extensively wooded yard, including redwood tree, that Shulman planted. City historic-cultural monument #325 is the only altered steel-frame house by Soriano, apparently. Curbed LA turned up the listing on Redfin. I think Shulman talks about the home extensively in the film Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman, if I remember correctly from the Getty memorial in September.
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