1920s Spanish Bungalow in Beachwood Canyon with Fairy-Tale Setting Seeks $1.25M

At the end of a private lane in Beachwood Canyon, this 1920s Spanish bungalow stands on a large lot with a fairy-tale setting.

The home of Jonathan Krisel, co-creator, writer, and director of the TV series Portlandia and HBO’s Baskets, and his wife, producer Danica Radovanov, opens to a dining/living room combo.

The living room of Spanish Bungalow in Beachwood Canyon Hollywood Hills
The dining room and shelf

The living room features an eye-catching barrel-vaulted ceiling and a fireplace. A large arched window lets in tons of natural light, along with two glass doors leading to the rear brick terrace.

The dining area, conveniently located adjacent to the galley-syle kitchen, currently seats six but is large enough for an extendable table to host all your holiday gatherings and dinner parties.

Work place, two windows, and a round-shaped lamp
Bedroom and glass door
Spanish Bungalow in Beachwood Canyon Hollywood Hills

The kitchen has terra-cotta floor tiles, white cabinetry with blue and white Spanish tile countertops, and high-end stainless steel designer appliances.

One of the three bedrooms opens to the rear terrace. The main bedroom has French doors leading outside to a private patio that overlooks the 9,000+ outdoor space filled with mature trees, a terraced front garden, and shaded areas for outdoor lounging, entertaining, and dining.

While the fairy-tale setting makes you feel miles away, the home is located at 2644 N Beachwood Dr, a short distance from the Beachwood Market and Café and the retro diner, the 101 Café. Listed by Peter Maurice & Tregg Rustad, the asking price is $1,249,000.

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