Like a rerun of Three's Company suddenly on television, this home by architect Hal Levitt is a 1970s time capsule that we are actually happy to see. Tucked into Larchmont Village, the four-bedroom, 3,644-square-foot home is perfectly preserved, having escaped being "renovated into oblivion," as our pals at Curbed put it. Within the walls of this groovy retreat, a sun room, a formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, and a large veranda await. Outside, the "tranquil oasis" feel is enhanced by the viney "Zen garden" and fountains. Last listed for $2.575 million, this property's been pricechopped and is now on the market for $2.25 million.
· 5008 West 2nd St., Los Angeles, CA 90004 [Nourmand & Associates]
· Relive the Grooviest Decade in This L.A. Oasis by Hal Levitt [Curbed]
· Hal Levitt archives [Curbed LA]