Perched in the hills north of Los Feliz Blvd, this midcentury offers intact original details and views for days of LA’s twinkling city lights.
Built in 1959 by architect Burnett C. Turner, AIA, a portico entry beneath the house leads to a parking area, terraced yard, and a short flight of stairs to the front door.
Inside, the 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home measuring 1,312-square-feet offers original details true to the midcentury era. Interior highlights include floor-to-ceiling glass, vaulted tongue and groove ceilings, cork floors, and a stunning cinder block wall with built-in cement seating reaching across the living and dining area.
Both the living room and dining area open up to a patio that overlooks the city, and more indoor-outdoor flow is had in the primary bedroom, which opens to a long, private balcony.
The bedroom wing offers wood-paneled ceilings in each room. The en-suite primary bedroom offers a huge walk-in closet space and another bedroom and bathroom featuring cork floors and fabulous wallpaper.
There’s also a detached studio with its half bath, closet, and an enclosed storage room. This architectural gem sits moments from the Village, Griffith Park, the Observatory, and the Greek Theatre. Listed by Courtney Smith & Kurt Weisner, the asking price is $1.299 million.