For $1.48M, an expansive Mt. Washington aerie with walking paths, bocce ball court

By Bianca Barragan

This artsy house stands out among a crowd of handsome homes in hilly Mt. Washington.

The expansive property includes a large main house—with high beamed ceilings and an abundance of big windows—and a 400-square-foot artist studio with French doors and a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows.

There are also connections to the outdoors, including a deck off of the dining room (a great post from which to take in the spectacular views of the nearby hills) and an outdoor patio adjoining the master bedroom.

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Sitting right across from 19 acres of Santa Monica Conservancy land, the property, which measures 2 acres, features walking paths, a bocce ball court, and a vineyard.

The property is for sale on plumBid, an online real estate auction platform. Potential buyers have to register to bid on the site and qualify before the auction opens on June 3. Once the auction opens, buyers can see each other’s offers.

 Auctions only last 90 minutes on a specific date, unless someone places a last-minute bid, which can amount to a short extension of auction time.

The starting bid here is $1.475 million.

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