The step-down living room is adjacent to a formal dining area. | Photos by Cameron Carothers, courtesy Nate Cole/Coldwell Banker
The 1950s home sits among the treetops just below Griffith Park
Nestled in the winding streets of Beachwood Canyon, this midcentury residence was built in 1959 and retains its original hardwood floors.
Much of the rest of the house has been updated, though it retains a classic modern-style layout, with open living spaces illuminated by large window frames and sliding glass doors.
The overhauled kitchen has marble countertops and new appliances, including a large Bertazzoni gas range and a stainless steel refrigerator. The marble continues into both bathrooms, which are equipped with high-end fixtures and recessed lighting.
The step-down living room is situated beneath a beamed ceiling and includes a large fireplace incorporated neatly into the wall. A sliding door leads out to a balcony overlooking the surrounding hills.
With 1,313 square feet of living space, the home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It sits on a 4,961-square-foot lot surrounded by verdant foliage. Located at 3092 Belden Drive, it’s asking $1.465 million.
Source: Curbed LA – All – Elijah Chiland