Completed in 2010, The Mews in Atwater Village is a collection of modern homes designed and built to make you feel like “You’re coming home to your personal kinda California glass dream house.”
Designed by Corsini + Stark, the residence stands in a community of 23 eco-friendly small lot homes. Describing a residence listed in 2018, “The design concept for the dwellings stem from several historic housing types. Rick Corsini describes it as taking a mews, “a grouping of small dwellings which front on an alley or pedestrian passage,” combining it with traditional urban row housing, adding a courtyard that becomes the heart and soul of the house, and then using a clear modernist idea of space.”
With a courtyard entry, the three-bedroom home opens to an airy interior with high ceilings and clerestory windows, allowing natural light to fill every corner of the 1,532 square feet of living space. The entry-level holds the public spaces where sliding glass doors are cleverly positioned to allow easy indoor/outdoor access from the living room to the rear patio and opens the kitchen and dining area to the courtyard.
As you make your way upstairs to the bedrooms, the concrete floors transition to wood. The primary bedroom is ensuite with two generous-sized secondary bedrooms.
Features throughout the home include polished concrete floors, handcrafted kitchen cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, Grohe fixtures, motorized sunshades, central air, water filtration throughout the home, and direct access from the two-car garage equipped with an EV charger.
Located at 4276 Perlita Avenue, you’re near restaurants, shops, Griffith Park, and Atwater Village’s weekly farmers market. The asking price is $1,189,000 with an annual HOA fee of $350.00.