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140 S Hayworth Ave Bldg Exteriors-2

Presented by Lisa Paperno & Joshua Gaunya

Home 144 – Sexy. Sophisticated. Stunning. This architectural, single-family, four-story home offers a dream combination of exceptional layout and finishes, including generous anodized bronze Jeld-Wen over-sized windows, up to 9’ ceilings, LED recessed lighting and a private, direct-entry two-car garage with extra space for storage. Rich maple wood flooring in the main living areas & stairwell, with porcelain tile in the bathrooms and first floor foyer. Whip up your own fusion food on the cooktop island, while chatting with guests in the open floor plan kitchen/living/dining room on the second level. Stainless steel Bosch & Frigidaire appliances, quartz countertops and sleek, custom glass-front Italian cabinetry complete the kitchen. The living room features a hand chiseled limestone fireplace, detailed with custom maple millwork mantle and built-in shelves. The third floor features an extremely generous second bedroom suite and the third bedroom offer flexibility for your own specific needs, including den, guest room, office or children’s bedroom. An open and airy large master bedroom suite graces the top floor along with its walk-in closet and luxurious master bath featuring double sinks, exotic zebrawood cabinetry and oversized walk-in stall shower. Glass double doors beckon you to relax on your large rooftop deck, while delighting in the expansive views of the Hollywood Hills and iconic Hollywood sign. This high tech home offers a security system, multi-zone A/C & heat and tankless hot water heater. It’s hard-wired for media/TV and pre-wired for sound. Bring your toothbrush and your favorite Raushenbergs, Diebenkorns and Hockneys. When not luxuriating or entertaining at home, discover the multitude and range of delectable restaurants, superb shopping and cinemas at the Beverly Grove, noshing at the historic Farmers Market, or catching culture at LACMA. Shop at Traders Joe’s around the corner, Erewhon, Whole Foods, Bristol Farms, and Ralph’s, all near by – with Cedars Sinai and CBS just minutes away. This is the central LA location.

  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 2 Garage Spaces
  • 2103 Sqft

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