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A Traditional gem in prime Studio City location asks $799K

Walkable to Ventura Boulevard

A photo of the exterior of the house, as seen from the street.
Photos by Darwin Nercessian.
Courtesy of Armen V. Sarkissian/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

If location is everything, then this house has it all.

Located a couple of blocks south of Ventura Boulevard, in Studio City’s Silver Triangle neighborhood, this approximately 1,500-square-foot house is walking distance to Ventura Boulevard and its shops and eateries—a very desirable attribute. (The Silver Triangle’s boundaries are roughly Ventura Boulevard, Laurel Canyon Boulevard, and Laurel Terrace Drive, which serves as the base of the triangle and connects the boulevards.)

Even in a less glamorous part of Studio City, this house would be a gem.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence dates to 1948, according to property records, but it sports a “mid-century addition,” a family room with beamed ceilings, stone floors, and skylights that give it a cabin-like feel.

Another skylight in the modest kitchen succeeds in creating a bright, sun-filled space.

The house’s bedrooms appear spacious and bright, with wood floors, large windows, and ceiling fans. (The house also has central air conditioning and heat.) The master bedroom has its own ensuite bathroom.

Behind the house, there’s a small rear yard butting up against a hill.

The house is listed for $799,000.