This Airy Nest in Los Angeles is All Gorgeous Beams & Butcher Block
In Los Angeles, a town known for outrageous spec houses and million dollar listings, it might come as a surprise that you can still find treasures from a bygone era. Take this light-filled 1932 home, whose delightful period details and cozy nooks makes it less reality TV and more real life.
- 363 Museum Drive
- Located in Los Angeles, California
- 846 square feet
- 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
Things we love about this Property Crush:
This Los Angeles home harkens back to a time before “builder-grade” was an adjective – and an unflattering one at that. So when it comes to the dark wood-beam ceilings and board-and-batten molding in the spacious living room, we’re smitten.
The bright, three-window kitchen has a vintage feel, with a built-in breakfast nook, butcher-block countertops and that oh-so-sought-after feature: the farm sink. Plus, there are modern upgrades, like stainless steel appliances.
The large wooden patio, which includes a mature tree growing from the center of it, is a perfect spot for backyard entertaining and intimate dinners. But perhaps our favorite space in this two-bedroom charmer is the tucked-away sunroom, which features a huge window and feels like the ideal place for reading (or napping – no judgment).
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