Dreamy architectural cabin in Mount Washington

Completely hidden from the street down a meandering wood and brick path surrounded by lush and leafy gardens is where you’ll find this dreamy one-of-a-kind architectural cabin in Mount Washington.

The 1932-built property sits on six lots adding up to nearly half an acre. A large 1,000+ square foot deck wraps the darkly clad dwelling, allowing both a space for evenings of wine and laughter with your friends while gazing at the views of the vistas and glorious sunsets and privacy for those moments of needed solitude.

Inside, the two-bedroom, one-bath home offers a connection to the outdoors from nearly every room. Filled with light and character, the space feels airy and organic. Features include an inverted A-frame style picture window with bench seating in the living room, an open kitchen with vaulted ceilings and an antique stove (sadly not included with the sale), and space to work from home or tap away on the keys of your piano.

Feeling miles away yet close to the best that NELA has to offer — including the Self-Realization Fellowship, Southwest Museum, and the boutiques and restaurants lining York Blvd and Figueroa St — the home is a respite from the city below; a space to renew and recharge each time you return home.

Listing courtesy of Rob Kallick | Compass

This rare architectural cabin last sold in 2014 for $785,000. With more than ample land to expand your living space or add a pool, 710 Quail Drive is now asking $1,350,000.

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