My Home As Art :: 1951 Mellenthin Bird House

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Original 1951 Mellenthin “Bird House” Re-imagined by Devall Design & Home. Lavished with today’s comforts and amenities, staged with her remarkable mix of Modern and Vintage, creating a relaxed design-centric atmosphere. 3 bedrooms 2 baths include: master suite with vaulted ceiling, spacious bath and fitted walk in closet. Ample, sunny, 2nd bedroom, 3rd bedroom or den/office with bay window and built-ins. Home includes all new appliances, Chef’s kitchen, living room with vaulted ceiling and fireplace, resort style modern swimming pool with shallow lounge shelf, professionally landscaped entertainer’s back yard with dining courtyard, Sonos sound and outdoor lighting. Whole Foods and other conveniently located stores are just a walk away! This quiet location known as “Hidden Woods Estates” is an idyllic enclave of families, young professionals and the best of Sherman Oak’s schools.
For Sale $1,465,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • Pool
  • 1854 Sqft
  • 6100 Lot

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