While she isn’t a household name, Killion designed the place for herself in 1954, while she was working as a project architect in the offices of the celebrated Richard Neutra and Robert Alexander from 1952-54, according to the co-listing agent Joey Kiralla, with Sotheby’s International Realty.
He and his co-listing agent, Nathaniel Cole with Suprstructur, were compelled to research Killion’s pedigree after first setting eyes on her design.
“The house is so gorgeous and so striking, we knew it had to be somebody very, very talented,” Kiralla says. “It is known female architects at the time didn’t get credit for their work.”
He hopes to get the word out about Killion’s skills and achievements through this home, which she left as her legacy.
Killion passed away at the age
In Thousand Oaks, a lavish mansion fit for a king just sold to a prince. Crown Prince Andrew Lee and Princess Nana Lee of the imperial family of Korea just paid $12.6 million for a 20-acre estate in the Hidden Valley community, The Times has confirmed.
The mammoth sale takes the crown as the priciest home sale in Thousand Oaks this year, according to the Multiple Listing Service, beating out a Tuscan villa that traded hands for $10 million in February.
Lee, an entrepreneur who founded the VPN service Private Internet Access, is relatively new to the concept of royalty. A few years back, the Indiana native found out he was related to Yi Seok, a royal descendent of the Joseon dynasty, who went on to name Lee crown prince in 2018. The “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”-style saga was detailed by the South China Morning Post.