Designer-owned minimalist haven in Glassell Park

Mimi Jung and Brian Hurewitz are the founders of Early Work, a creative studio based in Los Angeles. They partner with “retail, corporate, and hospitality clients to create curated spaces and environments that celebrate beauty and simplicity—which also includes designing and building custom furniture and fixtures.” Their design ethos carries over to their personal residence.

Surrounded by mature landscaping on a corner lot located at 3872 Cazador St, the traditionally clad dwelling is nestled behind a gated driveway. While the facade stays true to tradition, the interior reveals a pared-down space highlighting the serenity of simplicity.

The living room of Minimalist home in Glassell Park
The kitchen and chimney with wooden cabinets
The dining area and wooden floor

Entering through a brick front porch, you feel an effortless flow inside the well-lit space connecting the living room with the galley-style kitchen and the kitchen with the dining room under a high, open-beamed ceiling. You’ll find custom craftwork in the wood flooring, built-ins, lighting elements, handmade cabinetry, and custom Early Work furniture.

Additional perks of living here include central heating and air, a detached garage, and close proximity to Elyria Canyon hiking trails. The asking price is $949,000.

The bedroom of Minimalist home in Glassell Park
The sitting place of Minimalist home in Glassell Park

Listing courtesy of Tracy Do and Ronda Doyal – Compass

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