Designed by architect Leonard Brunswick in 1962, this midcentury modern post and beam house sits on a steep northwest-facing hillside in Silverlake, with views of the Griffith Observatory, Hollywood sign and San Gabriel mountains. The quiet setting is just a 12 minute walk down the hill to restaurants, stores, and a farmers market on Sunset Blvd. The house has a wonderfully peaceful feeling, and situated in an ideal location, with easy access to Hollywood, downtown Los Angeles, Pasadena, and other parts of L.A.
The house has a master bedroom with Queen bed, and bathroom suite. The house also has a kids bedroom and guest bedroom with convertible sofabed. The master bathroom featuers an extra large soaking tub. A second full bathroom is also available. The house has an outdoor patio in front, and a deck with sliding glass doors from the living room in the back. The master bathroom, living room, and dining area share sweeping views. The kitchen, remodeled in 2009, features walnut and stainless steel cabinetry, Caesar stone countertops and all amenities. It opens directly onto the dining room, creating a single space for cooking and eating.
The house also has new laundry machines, air conditioning, and other features.+ More