Glammed-up Beachwood midcentury with sweeping views asks near $2.4M

This midcentury residence hit the market last year with proverbial good bones but lacking luster. Since trading hands in May 2015, its undergone a major revamp and returns to the market all glammed up.

Starting with a custom front door opening to brass inlay terrazzo, “every surface and detail was curated with care to create a cohesive and unique home.”

The living room of Beachwood midcentury home
The dining room and an outside view
The kitchen, marble tiles, and wooden cabinet

The main residence offers 2,575 square feet of living space across two levels featuring soaring vaulted ceilings, a flagstone fireplace, white oak floors, custom mahogany cabinetry, marble and stone surfaces, custom brass work, and one-of-a-kind light fixtures. Natural light pours in through huge windows framing sweeping canyon and landmark views of the Hollywood sign and the Observatory.

The bedroom and and outside view
The basin and mirror
The bedroom and paintings

On the first floor—the site of the main social space, kitchen, and dining area—you’ll find a great room, a guest bedroom, a guest bath, master suite. Downstairs consists of a den, wet bar, additional bedrooms, and a full bath.

Located at 2800 Belden Drive on a 7,200-square-foot hillside lot with fruit trees, a spacious deck, a separate studio, and a two-car garage, the property is listed with Lauren Reichenberg asking price $2.38 million.

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