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Modernized 1920s bungalow in Laurel Canyon asking $1.1M

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Comes with a treehouse and zip line!

Photos by Michael McNamara/Shooting LA, courtesy of Jacqueline Tager/Sotheby’s

Built in the 1920s, this Laurel Canyon cottage was given a thorough makeover by its owner, Clint Wallace, an architect and art director of such films as Suicide Squad and Pirates of the Caribbean, following his purchase of the property in 2000.

The rejiggered bungalow has three bedrooms, two baths, an open-plan kitchen/dining room, and an office. Its features include beamed ceilings, sizable skylights, concrete countertops, built-in bookcases, and two fireplaces.

A large part of Laurel Canyon’s appeal, of course, is its bucolic quality. While this home’s lot is on the modest side, it nevertheless contains a number of options for enjoyment of the Great Outdoors.

Per the listing, “a backyard adventure trail ascends to a ‘floating’ deck, zip line, and custom treehouse nestled among the eucalyptus trees offering panoramic views of the Kirkwood Bowl.”

All of the above can be yours for $1.098 million.