Eastside Property: A perfect Glassell Park home for musicians with money

While many musicians toil at home in hot and stuffy garages that double as recording studios, at least one lucky musician, or group, currently practice in a sleek, industrial-style Glassell Park home-studio that is now up for sale.  The residence, re-designed by Silver Lake architect Tony Unruh,  at the corner of Fletcher Drive at the 2 Freeway, is hidden from the street by a band of corrugated metal painted battleship gray. But now you can take a peek inside thanks to a video created to promote the listing at 3600 Fletcher.   There’s a spacious recording area, artwork, two bedrooms, stainless steel cabinets, solar panels and a Prius, of course, in the enclosed yard.

Any musician interested in this property, however, better have a record deal.  The home is listed at $1.2 million.

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  1. Prius? You mean….Porsche Carerra?

  2. It looks like it was designed to look like the galley of an airplane. Yuck.

  3. I really like the use of stainless steel in this place. It fits with the industrial vibe nicely. I do enjoy air travel so maybe that is why I am fond of the look.

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