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For Sale: Beachwood Canyon Modern (1959)

For Sale: Beachwood Canyon Modern (1959)

3092 Belden Drive Los Angeles CA 90068
2 BD | 2 BA | 1,313 SF | 4,961 SF Lot | Map
$1,398,000

A serene retreat in Hollywood Hills, 3092 Belden Drive was built in 1959 and has been thoughtfully revitalized by its current owners. Every detail of this calmingly minimalist home has been considered. One enters the house to find a light, bright open-plan layout with sweeping vistas of Beachwood Canyon. Step down into the living room with natural wood floors, an exposed beam ceiling, and a fireplace with cantilevered marble hearth. Sliding doors extend the living area onto an elegant wooden deck.The kitchen features original cabinetry which has been refurbished and is complemented by a freestanding Bertazzoni gas range. Both bathrooms have abundant natural light, striking Carrara marble walls, minimally-designed fixtures and Duravit vanities and toilets. Midnight blue flooring provides a handsome contrast with the white-grey Carrara slabs. The guest bathroom is top-lit via a skylight and has a spacious marble-lined shower, whilst the master bath features a generous under-mount soaking tub with rain head shower. The master bedroom has impressive canyon views, with morning sun and indirect afternoon light with two closets providing ample storage. The house is well-positioned with no immediate neighbors ensuring both privacy and availability of street parking. A large sub-floor area is ideally-suited for future expansion. House systems have been extensively updated: a “cool roof”; custom-fabricated wooden windows; electrical re-wire and service panel; full copper plumbing; tankless water heater; water filtration system, and much more. 3092 Belden is favorably located to access all of Los Angeles, yet a sanctuary from its turbulence.


For Sale: The Brittain-Wachs Residence, R. Van Buren Livingston (1948)

For Sale: The Brittain-Wachs Residence, R. Van Buren Livingston (1948)

Pending Sale: Rancho Estates, Cliff May (1954)

Pending Sale: Rancho Estates, Cliff May (1954)