Quintessentially charming, right from the curb. Built in 1936 and lovingly cared for by the current owner for over six decades, this one-story, brick-clad, light-bathed Classic Traditional is a true home. Wood floors, French doors, wainscoting, crown moldings, paned windows and more harmonize here to create this special, historic feel.
Gracing an unusually large, approximately 10,710 square foot lot, this Westwood Hills gem is in very close proximity to UCLA and to all the shopping and dining in nearby Westwood, Brentwood, Century City and Beverly Hills. The elementary school district is Warner Avenue and is very highly-regarded.
The formal entry is stylish and opens to a large, lovely living room with a warm fireplace and sunlight streaming in from its many windows. Across the hall there’s a sizable den. The paneled family room area is also quite spacious and offers a casual dining area and a built-in barbecue; it opens easily out to a big center courtyard, perfect for dining and entertaining alfresco. The kitchen is adjacent, just in the right spot for the chef to still feel connected to family and friends.
The three bedrooms are all together at the back of the house and each is quite nice, the primary with its own bath and the other two sharing a bath.
The backyard feels very private and features a mature, colorful, wooded landscape, a vast grassy yard and an elevated, covered lounging area with sweeping vistas across this very pretty neighborhood.
The private driveway, complete with a remote controlled, electric gate, leads to a two-car detached garage. Additional storage in the California basement.