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1940s Traditional-style blends vintage, contemporary touches in Los Feliz for $3.3M

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The four-bedroom house is located in the coveted Oaks neighborhood

Photography by Erik Grammer, courtesy of Laura Marchetti and Rob Kallick

The Los Feliz Oaks neighborhood sits at the foot of Griffith Park, and holds stylish, well-preserved homes from the 1920s, ’30s, and ’40s. This Traditional-style residence built in 1941 fits right in.

The gated, two-story home mixes vintage touches—coved ceilings, wainscoting, period fixtures—with contemporary updates for a look that highlights the best of both.

The ground floor holds a living room, dining room, den, and an open and updated kitchen that opens to the backyard. A dramatic, curving staircase leads upstairs, to three more bedrooms and two full bathrooms. (There’s a bedroom on the first floor, too, with its own bathroom, but the bedroom is currently in use as an office.)

Outside, the backyard holds a swimming pool, a built-in grill, and a covered patio that is spacious enough for outdoor dining. Lush landscaping borders the rear yard, making the space even more private.

Last sold in 2015 for $3.125 million, the home is now listed for $3.3 million.