On the market for the first time ever, this three-bedroom midcentury time capsule has walls of glass, huge windows, wraparound decks, and exceptional landmark views of the Observatory and the Downtown skyline.
Built in 1958 within the Los Feliz’s gated community of historic and luxury homes known as Laughlin Park, 1980 Cummings Drive sits in a secluded position at the end of a cul-de-sac measuring 12,897 square feet, fronted by mature trees and landscaping.
Inside offers just over two thousand square feet of living space and opens to a light filled floor plan. A short entrance hall leads to a sunken living room with high ceilings, large windows and a wall of glass on either side, built-in shelves, and a dramatic architectural fireplace wrapped with Italian stone.
From there, you step up to the formal dining room that opens to a wraparound wood deck. The kitchen, still sporting vintage appliances and a pass-through window to the dining room, enjoys views of the treetops and Downtown.
Three bedrooms include the master suite with glitzy wallpaper, views of the Hollywood sign, lots of closets, and bathroom with sliders that open to a private patio.
Asking $2.195 million this midcentury fixer has a back lawn, two-car carport, and room for guest parking in the driveway.
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Listing courtesy of Levi Freeman & Christopher Cortazzo – Nourmand & Associates, Coldwell Banker