This masterfully updated 1920's Spanish home lies at the junction of Toluca Lake and the thriving NoHo Arts District. Sited on a corner lot on a beautiful leafy street, the property exudes vintage charm while offering many 2017 amenities. A recent remodel has placed the kitchen at the center of the home and created a stunning space for cooking and gathering. Improvements include white quartz counters, new custom cabinetry, accent walls of reclaimed wood, stainless Fisher & Paykel appliances and a breakfast nook with built-in seating.
The large step-down living room features a barrel vaulted ceiling, fireplace and built-ins ideal for use as a media center. Classic details such as polished hardwood floors, arched doorways and vintage cast iron gates complement new flourishes such as the Mexican encaustic cement tiles on the fireplace surround.
A large master bedroom and three guest bedrooms provide room to grow or perhaps for a home office.
The flow of the house moves effortlessly from indoors to out, with French doors opening from the master bedroom to the rear yard and from the dining room to a romantic patio at front that also boasts an outdoor fireplace. A hammock swings beneath lemon and grapefruit trees and the outdoor living areas are perfectly suited for the alfresco SoCal lifestyle.