A Los Angeles Mid-Century Post & Beam Gem Asks $1.7M
By Kathryn M.
Tucked away out of sight, the three-bedroom retreat is surrounded by a mahogany-planked forecourt and sweeping canyon views.
Another mid-century gem is now up for grabs in Los Angeles. Built in 1960, the historic property rests on a hilltop between Laurel Canyon and Sunset Plaza. The home offers 1,812 square feet of living space, split into three levels, along with an additional studio/guest suite with a private entry.
Inside, the spacious home features expansive floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors. Additional decks off of the living area and kitchen overlook sweeping views of Laurel Canyon. The walls are clad in original oak paneling, with matching wood floors.
The home offers three bedrooms and three baths, with one pair located on the main level and the others located on the second floor. Exterior stairs lead to the third level, which comes with its own private entry and an additional bedroom and bath. Complete with a kitchenette as well, the top floor can serve as a guest floor or home office. Keep scrolling to see more of the property, currently listed for $1,695,000.
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