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    Cool Home Crush – Mid Century Adams Hill

    Cool Home Crush – Mid Century Adams Hill

    Today’s cool home crush is a stunning Mid Century Home in Los Angeles adjacent Adams Hill.  Perched on a super private knoll this sprawling ranch home enjoys some awesome views and a ton of elbow rom. The interior is a near perfect time capsule of the 1960’s – and the burnt orange carpets are nearly back in style!

    We love the ranch style floor plan where the common living areas are open and connected the backyard and the private areas are grouped together. We also love the Mid Century details like patterned concrete block screen and the dual-sided fireplace room divider.

    Someone will restore or renovate this into a wonderful high end bit of real estate overlooking Los Angeles. It is in completely original condition – good news for the architectural purists in the room. Any money spent to restore or renovate is money well spent!

    Bonus Read: The Best High End Real Estate in Los Angeles

    Update!!  This home went under contract before I even hit the publish button! Congratulations to the listing agent (not DIGGS 😢) for an outstanding job done.

    Curious about this home’s final sales price? Click this home’s link HERE and mark it as a favorite. You’ll get a notification when the final sales price is reported.

    The Highlights

    1230 Scenic Location

    Total privacy on this private knoll. You can see Downtown Los Angeles in the distance!

     

    Adams Hill Mid Century Front

    I digg the patterned concrete block entry screen on the front.

     

    Mid Century Living Room with Divider

    There is a similar screen in the Living Room. Burnt Orange was my all time fav color in the 70’s. Maybe it’s time to make a come back?

     

    Adams Hill Pool Home

    This wall unit is probably made of mahogany. Man, they don’t make stuff like this anymore!

     

    Mid Century Adams Hill Home

    A double sided fireplace divides the Living Room and the Dining Room.

     

    Here are the Deets On This Mid Century in Adams Hill

     

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