It’s looking for its first new owner in decades
This exquisite midcentury residence in Los Feliz is still seeking its third-ever owner. We first spotted it two years ago, when it appeared on the market for the first time in three decades asking $2.3249 million.
Since then, property records show the house has seen a series of price changes and at least one offer fall through.
But the glassy, modern home looks as good as ever, with terrazzo floors, wood-paneled walls, and a U-shaped floor plan in which a central foyer divides the home into “public” and “private” wings, as the listing describes them.
The 2,857-square-foot was constructed in 1964 by architect Donald G. Park. It sits on an 8,942-square-foot lot with neatly manicured gardens in front and yard space alongside and behind the home. Sliding glass doors in the living room and front hall provide easy outdoor access, while a long balcony wraps the front of the house.
Other features include a stone fireplace, a wet bar, and a kitchen equipped with tile countertops and vintage appliances.
Asking price is $2.25 million.
- 2503 Aberdeen Ave [Bjorn Farrugia | Hilton & Hyland]