Sited at the top of the highly-desired Sunset Strip, this two-bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom 60's vibe view home has all the style, features, and upgrades that today's sophisticated buyers desire.
The mid-century residence's open floor plan incorporates living, dining, kitchen, and breakfast bar into one seamless space. This open living plan is a mid-century creation that sings, "Let me entertain you!"...great for small gatherings or for parties of 100.
Glass walls and doors open to two decks--with separate but equally amazing views--that bracket the main living spaces. On the dining area side, lush mature landscaping blankets Laurel Canyon. At night, distant twinkling lights dance through eucalyptus leaves. This deck area is perfect for outdoor dining, taking in canyon breezes, or lounging in a hammock. The living area side's deck overlooks scenic Appian Way and the city beyond. This deck has a built-in L-shaped cushioned bench that is terrific for reading, sipping wine, of having a smoke.
Details within the living spaces include built-in maple cabinetry (pre-wired for media/surround sound) and a fireplace. Adjacent to the living area, the home's kitchen has an elevated (bar-stool height) island, perfect for eating on the run. Stainless-steel sinks and appliances (including a Viking range/oven/hood combination) populate the cooking area. Also, plenty of hidden pantry storage makes this intimate kitchen extremely functional. Also on the "entertaining" floor is a powder room for additional functionality.
Upstairs are two bedrooms, both with city lights views and audio speakers. The master has its own fireplace. The floor's bathroom has two sinks and a mosaic-tiled shower/tub. A central hallway provides additional storage and a "hidden" laundry area. Also off of the hallway, access to the property's spectacular roof deck. Up top are 360-degree views of the city (including downtown's skyline) mountains, ocean, and canyon. This bonus entertaining area provides plenty of space for outdoor events, sunning, dining, and taking-in Los Angeles.
On the street level, the residence accommodates two cars in its port and there is also a large locked storage room for bikes, surfboards, luggage, etc. The entrance to the property from the street is gated and secure.
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