Little Tuscany


Originally built in 1958, this architectural home has been through a total transformation. With roughly 3239 square feet on almost a half acre lot, no stone has been left unturned in beautiful view driven Little Tuscany. The addition of a guest house with soaring ceilings has pocket Fleetwood doors, luxury bath and built out closets set the stage as you come to the steps approaching the house. Step inside the main house to open living with newer kitchen featuring top of the line appliances and generously sized center island that is open to the dining and living room areas with gas fireplace and wine bar with refrigeration. All bedrooms have their own private bath, built out closets and polished concrete flooring keeping it cool to the touch. The primary suite has a spa bath with large soaking tub and double vanities with top of the line fixtures. Just steps from the main house on the West side of the property is an ancillary building that could be used as an office, gym, art studio or any multitude of your desires and a roof top star gazing or sun soaking deck. The elevated pool area with tanning shelf features an outdoor firepit and separate outdoor kitchen/bbq area also with outside refrigeration and easy access into the main living area. In addition to the total systems update in this remodeled property is a 13kw leased solar system that currently covers the usage of the home and separate EV charging station in the carport. The late composer Ernst Krenek called this home adding a bit of historical provenance to this magical home in Little Tuscany.

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Address / Size

623 W Chino Canyon Rd.
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 5
Approx. Sq Footage: 3,239
Approx. Lot Size: 19,602


  • Great Location
  • Private Pool
  • 2 Private Guest Residences
  • Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood

Sales Contact

Patrick Jordan
Cell: 310.339.8092
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DRE #1726623

Stewart Smith
Cell: 760.898.1544
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DRE #1317162

CALL 760-779-4500


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