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Beachwood Canyon midcentury modern with bohemian feel asking $1.399M

Midcentury mixed with some earthy touches

Courtesy of Tom Conjalka/Sotheby’s International Realty

This three-bedroom house at the eastern edge of Beachwood Canyon was built around 1961, and as can be seen from the outside, it has some of the hallmarks associated with the era, especially its walls of glass.

Inside, there is a groovy, earthy bohemian feel. How is there not a single macrame wall hanging in here?

The living room features a brick, wood-burning fireplace and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that, like many of the windows in the house, have a soothing view of the nearby hillsides.

In the kitchen, there are butcher block counter tops, an enormous sink, and plenty of windows. The color of the wood is perfectly complemented by the red clay color of the floor tiles in the room.

The master bedroom features double doors that offer direct access to the yard.

Gated and set back off the street, the house is private and ringed by landscaping. There’s a concrete patio set up for dining, and a few other outdoor nooks set up for lounging and enjoying the view.

Last sold in 2012 for $927,500, public records show, it’s now listed for $1.399 million.