This Los Angeles Mid-Century Home Is a Live/Work Dream for $1.8M
By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
This breezy, recently updated hillside home is packed with sunny outdoor spaces.
Designed by Canadian-born architect Dick E. Lowry in 1964, this renovated residence in Los Angeles’s Franklin Hills neighborhood features an open floor plan illuminated by dramatic banks of windows—a signature of Lowry’s designs. The spacious and sun-filled home is set on a hillside and surrounded by stunning views of downtown Los Angeles.
The four-bedroom, two-bath property has 2,145 square feet of living space, and it was recently renovated with period-appropriate updates that include light fixtures by Louis Poulsen and George Nelson, dark-stained shiplap paneling in the living room, and a remodeled kitchen clad in teak and turquoise tile, with a polished concrete floor and sliding doors that lead out to the back terrace.
High ceilings and stacked interior spaces contribute to the home’s airy feel, while numerous cozy and quiet spots provide opportunities for relaxing. To top it all off, the home has a super dreamy office—perfect for working from home.
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