Midcentury fixer with canyon views seeks $1.3M in Beachwood Canyon

There’s a seductive patina of age with original midcentury design elements waiting for the next owner of this midcentury in the Hollywood Hills.

Perched on a hillside located at 3240 Deronda Dr in Beachwood Canyon, the two-bedroom, two-bath fixer was built circa 1958 by architect, artist, and impresario Ronald L. Buck. (Rumor has it that he’s the same guy who transformed the 1929 three-story steel-frame building in West Hollywood that became the exclusive, invite-only nightclub, called The Factory.)

The living room of Midcentury fixer with canyon views
The kitchen and kitchen cabinet
The kitchen, cabinet, and outside view

The interior opens to an east-facing wall of floor-to-ceiling windows framing picture-postcard views of Downtown and lush hillside views.

Retaining its 50s flavor, the 1,645-square-foot residence’s notable features include high vaulted wood-beamed ceilings, dark wood paneling lining the walls, built-in glass cabinets, a kitchen with a breakfast bar, original hardware, and a wraparound deck accessible from most rooms.

The living room and outside view
The bathroom and basin
Balcony and outside view

Listed with Rose Ware and Terry Canfield Schmidt, this mid-century fixer is asking $1.3 million. The property sits on a hillside lot measuring 10,584 square feet and also has a two-car carport and two basement-level storage rooms.

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