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1920s Spanish-style seeks $1.85M in Beachwood Canyon

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Amazing views, stained glass windows, and a roomy terrace

Photos by Alex Zarour/Virtually Here Studios, courtesy of Geoff Clark and Jordan Berry/Compass

Unsurprisingly, this bright and glamorous 1920s home is located in the hilly neighborhood of Beachwood Canyon, where there’s no shortage of beautiful homes.

The four-bedroom residence, built in 1927, features original hardwood floors and period details, including a wood-burning fireplace, wall sconces, and a Juliet balcony.

The revamped kitchen is outfitted with marble counters and custom cabinets, a Wedgwood stove, and stunning views of the surrounding hills.

The master bedroom features a lovely en-suite bathroom with a steam shower and marble tiles. The “second” master bedroom holds an array of paned windows with stained glass that give the space a sanctuary-like look.

An unexpected bonus is the wide, flat outdoor terrace that holds a built-in barbecue, citrus trees, and even more impressive vistas.

Last sold in 2007 for $1.5 million, the property is now listed for $1.849 million.