Not only do you get a Mulholland Drive post code (or zip code if you prefer), but you also get plenty of stylish living space with this 1950s Edward Fickett-designed midcentury modern property in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Located on a semi-private drive, the house looks every bit the feature property from a period house magazine. Of course, that’s not the case. Someone has done a meticulous renovation on this place, enhancing the original features and boosting the appeal with some appropriate finishes.
The end result is, as you can see, quite something. A post and beam house with lots of open living space and some ‘wow’ provide by the walls of glass, the feature fireplace, parquet floors and the views through that glazing.
Of course, it’s also a place to live, not just a place to admire. With that in mind, you’ll want to know about the space. That includes ‘multi-use areas’ currently laid out as a dining room, den and galley kitchen, with the living room containing that wonderful fireplace and much of the glazing.
There’s also a master bedroom with large bath, steam shower and walk-in closet, three additional bedrooms and two further bathrooms.
Head outside and the private lawn is a great place to wind down after a tough day. Although I’m not sure how tough life will be if you love here.
Saying that, you might need to put a good shift in somewhere, as the asking price is $2,495,000.
Images and details courtesy of Deasy / Penner and Partners. For more details and to make enquiries, please visit their website.
Via Curbed LA