Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Mid-Century Modern Duplex in Silver Lake

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1809 Lucile Avenue

Modernist hillside duplex above Silver Lake’s Sunset Junction. Designed by architect Edward Richard Lind (a protege of R. M. Schindler), this was Lind’s own lifelong family home and he perfectly sited it to capture the stunning views in every direction. The main house is two stories and consists of 3 bedrooms and 2 baths.

The home features floor-to-ceiling glass, vintage details, like built-in cabinetry and a sliding shoji door. The open living/dining room’s sliders lead out to a large deck with panoramic views. Under the main house is a large 1-bedroom/1-bath unit featuring wrap-around windows with views of Griffith Park and the Observatory. One more level down is a detached bonus room that could be used as an office or creative space. Landscaped yard, off-street parking, detached garage with storage.

High on the hillside to command sweeping views and provide a neighborhood feel, yet a quick walk to Sunset Junction shops and Silver Lake Farmer’s Market. Entire property delivered vacant. A rare opportunity.

4 bedrooms/3 baths | $1,395,000

More photos and details at 1809 Lucile Avenue

Open House 

  • Tuesday, Sept. 20:  11 am  – 2 pm

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