Damn Emmanuel …back at it again with those mid-century homes!
Happy Monday to you! Here’s some new motivation to get you on the grind because I haven’t met anyone that doesn’t like mid-century architecture. Today’s feature is a home built in 1961. Below is a description of the property and photos. Enjoy!
One of Beachwood’s striking examples of classic mid-century design. Single level plan displays the perfect blend of elegance and casual ease. An expansive lot along Ledgewood’s gentle bend, allows for wide open spacious living areas that are well integrated with the lush canyon surroundings. Renovations are thoughtful and enhance the mid-century features and experience. Sublime living room features walls of glass sliding doors opening to a cantilevered deck with views to the canyon and Hollywood Sign. The wood-burning fireplace centers the space with wonderful original floor to ceiling stone work. Sleek modern kitchen has been fitted to modern standards and opens to the rear patios which offer space for outdoor dining and entertaining. Picture windows provide terrific natural light streaming through serene weeping bamboo.