Central Air Conditioning, Dishwasher.
Carpet, Laminate, Tile.
Carport, Driveway, Garage, Guest, On Street.
The Goodman Residence, Thomas A. Dismukes, AIA, 1964. Taking advantage of the rolling topography in Pomona's bucolic Ganesha Hills, the Goodman residence is an exemplary post and beam home that incorporates many of the core postwar tenets of the USC School of Architecture. The carefully-selected location and the home's south-facing position is not subdued. In fact, the home is prominent, obvious, and commanding to anyone looking up from the street below. And while these verbs could seem to describe a self-assured hubris, the house and grounds are anything but that. The design and placement of the house confronts any preconceived ideas of what is in store for anyone entering. The front door and large yard are accessed from the upper level of the property which, on the surface, may seem unusual, but it is this placement that enables visitors to experience the carefully curated experience Dismukes planned: vast, open spaces and limitless views. 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, pool
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