My Home As Art :: Hollywood Hills 1930’s Traditional

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Presented by Barry Gray

This tastefully restored 1930’s traditional residence in the lower West Hollywood Hills is a rare urban sanctuary. The unobstructed 180 degree view from the front veranda remind you that the city is close, while the grassy lawn, mature oak & fruit trees and meandering paths & walkways will transport you to Ojai. The over one-half acre property is fully gated with a private driveway to provide ample parking for guests. The detached 2-car garage offers adjacent mother-in-law suite. The main house consists of formal entry hall, large living room with fireplace, grand formal dining, guest room & bath, kitchen with breakfast nook, and convertible den & bath on the first floor. Second floor sunroom, laundry room, guest bedroom with bath, and master bedroom with large walk-in closet and full bath. The home’s electrical and plumbing systems have been updated. Additionally, the foundation and roof are both new. Multiple flat areas around the property provide options for a pool, as well as for guest house & main residence expansion.
For Sale $4,875,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3750 Sqft
  • 29000 Lot

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