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This dreamy Cahuenga Pass midcentury is tucked into the trees

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Last sold in 1970, it’s now asking $1.07 million

Courtesy of Jan Hohenstein/Keller Williams Larchmont

Positioned on a lot shaded by tall trees, this Cahuenga Pass house dates to 1962. Views of those trees, along with a terraced yard, give the dwelling an extra-secluded feel, while hardwood floors, high ceilings, and walls of glass create a sense of openness inside.

Measuring 1,500 square feet, it holds three sunny bedrooms, plus a statement brick fireplace that’s double-sided, connecting two communal rooms.

The kitchen is ample, and features the contrast of a black tile backsplash, white cabinets, maple butcher block counters, and a Viking range.

In one of the guest rooms, real cork covers the wall for a cool, textured look. The bright master bedroom is outfitted with its own private patio with enough room to comfortably accommodate a hammock.

The house was last sold in 1970, says listing agent Jan Hohenstein. Public records show the sale price at the time was $47,500. It’s obviously asking a lot more now: It’s listed at $1.07 million.