Perched above the street, this 1920's English Country home marries the best of its era's character with a modern sensibility. Arches, sash windows and built-ins complement wide plank, Sahara white-oak floors, a timelessly updated kitchen and bathrooms, a converted guest house and a heated, salt-water pool. The public rooms open to a deck that invites alfresco dining, overlooks the grounds and creates the perfect sanctuary under a canopy of trees. Beyond the pool is a guest house that makes an ideal studio, office, or in-law suite. Stroll to Little Dom's, McCall's, Lassens and the heart of Los Feliz village. Reminiscent of the French and English Countryside, it offers privacy for the discreet, taste for the discerning, and proximity for the urbane. The best of life in Los Angeles.
Sitting above one of Los Feliz‘s most prized streets, 4711 Bonvue marries modern functionality with the intoxication of 1920’s Spanish architecture. Fully renovated; no finish has been overlooked, no detail un-curated. Arches, coved ceilings, wood floors and windows, Spanish and Moroccan design throughout. On the main level are the public rooms; living, dining, kitchen, office and a family room. Upstairs are the en-suite master and 2 additional bedrooms (one of which leads to a separate, sun-filled studio/den). The lower floor contains it’s own kitchen, bathroom and entrance; the perfect in-law suite, screening room or potential music studio. With a heated pool, private back yard and downtown framed through the trees, the house offers the best of privacy and proximity. At the base of Griffith Park and a moment from Los Feliz blvd., there is easy access to all that Los Feliz, Silver Lake and Hollywood have to offer. How life in LA is meant to be lived.
Stunning, 2-story Monterey Colonial. North of Los Feliz Blvd – Griffith Park steps away. Every detail has been poured over with a devotion to the home’s original charm, including recent renovations of the kitchen and bathrooms. Downstairs – peg and groove wood floors, intricate crown molding and beautiful masonry adorn the public rooms. French doors open into a garden filled with ferns and dappled light.