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Two-bedroom in groovy 1960s Studio City complex asks $599K

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The curved building was designed by modern architect Ray Kappe

Ray Kappe Fredonia building
The unit has walls of glass and a large private patio.
Photos courtesy Brian Linder, Deasy Penner & Partners

This two-bedroom condo at the southeastern edge of Studio City is snugly tucked into a sleek complex designed by SCI-Arc founder Ray Kappe.

Located just off Cahuenga Boulevard (opposite Universal Studios), the building has a semi-circular shape with walls of glass and neatly stacked units. This particular condo last sold in 2005 (for $489,000), and, per the listing, has been updated extensively since then.

The unit has two bathrooms and 1,063 square feet of living space, including a living room with hardwood floors that opens to a large private patio with concrete cover overhead.

The bathrooms have been renovated with new fixtures and the kitchen offers contemporary stainless steel appliances. There’s also in-unit laundry, which is a nice plus.

Building amenities include parking and a swimming pool surrounded by tall trees and vegetation.

Asking price is $599,000, with HOA dues of $375 per month.

Living room looking out to patio
Living room
Private patio
Front of building
Swimming pool behind the building