Exposed beams and walls of glass on over a one-quarter of an acre

This “meticulously remodeled” midcentury house in Laurel Canyon has a crisp and contemporary look from the street, but a slightly more vintage vibe inside. Situated on over one-quarter acre of land, the 1,950-square-foot residence has the coveted exposed beams and walls of glass that are often associated with the midcentury label.

Skylights and big windows keep the house bright. The flat backyard and its green lawn are a nice plus. The lot is one of the larger ones in the canyon, says the listing copy, so there’s a good amount of space to look out on.

The house’s communal areas include the open living room, a kitchen with a breakfast nook, and a media room with a cool, rotating wall—something that kids and adults alike would probably get a kick out of.


The three-bedroom house features a master bedroom with a large walk-in closet and a master bathrooms with dual sinks, a large shower enclosure, and an equally ample bathtub.








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