On the market for the first time ever, the Eugene Woods Residence in Silver Lake takes full advantage of magnificent reservoir and landmark views.
Designed and built by contractor Eugene Woods in 1956, 2073 Redcliff Street stands atop a gated 9,038-square-foot lot on one of Silver Lake’s most coveted streets, not too far from Schindler’s landmark Walker Residence.
With many original details, fittings, and finishes, this much-admired architectural residence opens to an entertainer’s floor plan with a grand flag-stone fireplace with a bench extending to the sunroom, wood-paneled walls, and tons of windows and glass sliders letting in an abundance of natural light.
The living flows into the dining room and the original kitchen with a breakfast nook offering views of the backyard.
Three bedrooms are located on the main level looking out to picturesque views of Griffith Park Observatory. The lower level has the potential to be a guest suite with a separate entrance, family room with fireplace, modern kitchen, bedroom, three-quarter bathroom, laundry, and an abundance of storage.
The serene grassy backyard features a terrazzo patio with a zen-like water feature. There’s also a two-car detached garage, dark room, and storage room.
Located in the Ivanhoe Elementary School district, the dwelling is listed with Janice McGlashan, seeking $2.150 million.