Bohemian compound on over an acre in Topanga asks $2.15M
By Elijah Chiland
If you’re craving that bohemian lifestyle—and you have a couple million dollars to spend—look no farther than this rustic compound, sitting on one and a half acres in Topanga.
The property has multiple structures, including a main house with hardwood floors and a freestanding fireplace. Featuring vaulted ceilings and a lofted space above the main level, the dwelling has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Downstairs is a light-filled art studio with tile floors and casement windows.
There’s also a large wooden deck that provides excellent views across the canyon.
A guest house on the property with log cabin vibe is flanked by a gazebo and gardens. The hillside lot has patio space throughout and is shaded by tall trees overhead.
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