Open House Obsession: Lovely Mid-Century Modern in Upper Beachwood Canyon For Less Than $1.3M

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By Philip Ferrato

Where: 3214 Ledgewood Drive, Upper Beachwood Canyon/Hollywood Hills
When: Sunday, March 13 from 1:00pm-4:00pm
Asking: $1,274,500
What: A very special example of ’60s Mid-Century Modern on a sloping lot in Beachwood Canyon, this c.1961, 3-bed, 2-bath home has been subtly updated while managing to keep its original open, optimistic vibe. Below, the living room, dining area and kitchen are situated between outdoor spaces.

The kitchen has been sympathetically renovated with crisp white cabinets, top appliances and gleaming cork floors.

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What We Love: The architect’s nod to Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic c.1935 masterpiece, Fallingwater, in the massing of the street front and cantilevered terrace.

Two of the bedrooms are compact, but the master suite is substantial.

More: Go to the agent’s dedicated site for additional information and images.

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