Immaculate Spanish compound in the heart of LA
July 9, 2020 | Source: Compass California Real Estate Blog
LA Magazine has called Faircrest Heights one of the “10 Best Districts You’ve Never Heard Of” – and it’s easy to see why. Close to Mid-City LA, West Hollywood and the Culver City Arts District, its quiet residential streets are filled with well-tended period homes like this gated, turnkey gem at 1752 Crescent Heights Boulevard.
Complete with legal ADU and two-car garage, this 1932 architectural beauty retains all the inviting elements of its Spanish Revival style, from terracotta-tiled roof to sculpted archways and beamed ceiling.
Its charm has been heightened with sensitive enhancements, including gorgeous hardwood floors, custom paint and central air/heat, plus NEST thermostat, Ring doorbell and smart sound systems.
The open eat-in kitchen glows with new custom cabinets, brass fixtures, quartz countertops, farmhouse sink, large storage island with prep sink, and Bertazzoni appliances.
Pairs of wide glass doors open to the gated front courtyard both here and in the living room.
All baths have been tastefully reimagined with contemporary Spanish ceramic tile, glass-enclosed showers and a clawfoot tub.
Behind the home, the ADU is a stunning airy space with fireplace, full kitchen and bath, private front patio and secluded rear garden.
This exceptional find in a lovely in-city neighborhood is listed by KC Lehman at $1,588,000.