The 825-square-foot residence was built in 1920.

The century-old structure has vaulted ceilings and an antique stove

Cabin living in the shadow of the Hollywood Sign? You can find it in this faintly rustic Beachwood Canyon residence, constructed nearly a century ago.

The 825-square-foot house last sold in 1988 (for $145,000) and appears to have been significantly remodeled since then. The cabinets, countertops, and appliances are on the newer side, though an antique stove and the wood-paneled exterior help to maintain the Old West aesthetic.

Inside, the house has open living spaces, with a vaulted ceiling complemented by exposed wood beams and clerestory windows. The single bedroom opens via French doors to an expansive deck, and the bathroom is illuminated by a skylight.

The property includes two separate lots encompassing more than a quarter-acre of total land. The hillside parcels overlook the surrounding neighborhood, with views extending across the hills to Mount Lee. Beneath the house is additional storage space, and the grounds include trails and bench seating.

Asking price is $975,000.

The open living spaces are illuminated by wide windows and glass doors.
Built-in shelving and an antique stove add to the home’s vintage feel.
The kitchen has been outfitted with newer appliances and cabinetry.
A large deck wraps around the house.

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