We’re guessing the home at least had good bones. But aside from that, no one imagined this uninspiring home in Frogtown could be worthy of possibly gracing the pages of a design magazine.
Local design firm Breland-Harper consider the experience of their homes from every aspect. It took a complete overhaul to transform 2415 Elmgrove St into a quintessentially Californian residence that sits back from the street, surrounded by lush and mature landscaping.
Grounded by the firm’s signature pale color palette, the 1,685-square-foot interior is a series of light-filled, intimately connected spaces.
Exposed beam ceilings, concrete floors, skylights, and restored windows and doors that seamlessly bring the outdoors create a wonderful sense of openness and light inside the two-bedroom, two-bath home.
Features include a spacious kitchen with seating, concrete countertops, high ceilings, and doors leading to a rear courtyard dining area.
This section of Elysian Valley, also called Frogtown, sits along the LA River near local favorites such as Spoke, Wax Paper, Salazar, and Zebulon.
Last sold in 2013 for $380,000, the home is represented by Rob Kallick, asking $899,000.