Artsy retreat with inspirational views asks $1.4M in Laurel Canyon
By Elijah Chiland
If only we had millions of dollars to spend on a house! If so, we’d be tempted by this lovely artist’s retreat in Laurel Canyon.
Perched in the hills above the Sunset Strip, the house was constructed in 1948 and, per the listing, once served as the residence of muralist Douglas Riseborough. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with a sunny studio space illuminated by a circular panel of wall-sized windows.
Other features of the 1,600-square-foot home include a recently renovated kitchen and a living area equipped with tile floors, beamed ceilings, skylights, and a fireplace.
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