This Spanish Mediterranean is located in one of LA’s oldest & most vivid neighborhoods. Houses here are known for their generous room sizes, architectural integrity, and this home doesn’t disappoint. Unlike many of Los Angeles’ more well-known neighborhoods, Hancock Park is walking distance from restaurants, parks, shopping & a short drive to nearby attractions. A stone's throw from Hollywood & Vine and Koreatown, it's the perfectly situated home-base for a dream trip with family and friends.
Built in 1929, the house has retained its original character with tasteful modern touches. It features a living room with a vaulted ceiling, dining room able to seat ten or more, specially designed gourmet kitchen and two outdoor spaces perfect for al fresco meals. The tasteful interior flows easily into three distinct, private gardens/outdoor living spaces with herb garden and citrus trees. With three large bedrooms, lush gardens, and bonus reading room, this home make for an idyllic retreat. This lovely and secluded home in one of LA's oldest neighborhoods, boasts one of the city's highest Walkability scores, and is the perfect place to set off on journeys to explore Los Angeles and its peculiarities.
The downstairs boasts a large chef's kitchen that opens on to the front courtyard garden and the back deck. A cozy library with a generous selection of books rests just around the corner. A grand living room with French windows and garden views flows in to a generously sized dining room with an adjoining butler's pantry. A full bath and intimate yet sunny reading room are nestled in the back. Separate room off the kitchen contains a washer and dryer and microwave.
Upstairs features a master suite with a queen bed, stunning views, a Juliette balcony overlooking the courtyard, a walk-in closet, tiled bathroom with separate shower and cast-iron bathtub. The second bedroom features a full bed and bonus reading alcove. The second bathroom, also tiled, connects to the third bedroom with a walk-in closet and built-in vanity.
LACMA, Peterson Auto Museum and the Grove/Farmers’ Market 10 minutes away by car. The 14 bus is around the corner and will take you straight to the Disney Hall, MOCA and The Broad and all that Downtown LA has to offer. Closest Metro stations are Wilshire/Western on the Purple Line and Vermont and Beverly on the Red Line that will take you anywhere from Downtown, Long Beach, San Fernando Valley and Santa Monica. Off-street parking provided if you plan on renting a car. Ride sharing is convenient and prevalent.
Some things to do in the area: Walk to nearby Larchmont Blvd., a street teeming with shops and restaurants, or head east to Western Ave. and discover Korean markets, bakeries, coffee houses and spas. By car, our home is centrally located and never far from anywhere in this sprawling city. Less than 10 minutes to the heart of Hollywood or Silver Lake, 15 minutes to downtown, 15 minutes to West Hollywood, 20 minutes to Culver City, 20 minutes to the San Fernando Valley (Universal City, Studio City, North Hollywood, Burbank Airport), 30 minutes to LAX and 30 minutes to the ocean and 40 minutes to Disneyland.+ More