The 3,500-square foot, 4-bedroom, 5-bath home is located within a short driving distance of the famous Griffith Observatory.
Traditional in its architecture but with a modern interior, the home features open living spaces, dark hardwood floors throughout, recessed lighting and patterned wallpaper on many walls and ceilings.
The eat-in kitchen is well-equipped for any home chef, with ample storage space, a spacious farmhouse sink and top-of-the-line appliances.
The home also features a formal dining room, adorned with wainscoting and wallpaper with a woodsy feeling to it.
The dining room is drenched in light, thanks to a wall of windows and French doors leading out to the backyard.
The living areas’ built-in shelving creates a cozy and relaxed atmosphere perfect for hanging out and enjoying the stunning canyon views.
The bedrooms are quite large for a home built in 1947, and, like the living spaces, are flooded with light.
The backyard, similar to many other Southern California homes, supports an indoor-outdoor lifestyle with beautifully designed brick patio and space for an outdoor dining set near the fireplace.
The yard has a serene and private feeling to it, with shrubs and trees in abundance.
The home’s listing agent is Carrie Berkman Lewis with Partners Trust.