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Redone 1930s Spanish-style in Franklin Hills seeks $1.65M

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Meticulously restored

A step-down dining room with coved ceilings and arched doorways.
The dining room.
Photos by Cameron Carothers, courtesy of Joey Kiralla and Michelle St. Clair

This Spanish Revival-inspired house in Los Feliz’s Franklin Hills neighborhood offers many of the currently cool home decor tropes—every wall is white; geometric bathroom tile; teal kitchen cabinets—in an undeniably pleasing way.

3831 Aloha Street opens to coved ceilings, arched doorways, and light wood floors. The whole 1931-built home has undergone a comprehensive restoration (down to the doorknobs and hardware) by design and development firm Habhouse.

Two of the home’s three bedrooms have access to outdoor space; the front bedroom’s terrace opens out to a large area on top of the garage and the master bedroom opens to a deck behind the house. The backyard also offers space for dining or a fire pit or both.

As the neighborhood’s name implies, Franklin Hills is wonderfully hilly, but the house’s excellent location means a walk down to Hyperion doesn’t feel like an alpine trek.

The house is listed for $1.65 million with Joey Kiralla and Michelle St. Clair of Sotheby’s International Realty.

The living room has a statement fireplace and good flow into the kitchen.
A kitchen with white counters and teal cabinets with gold drawer pulls.
Cool stone counters and teal cabinets give the kitchen a fun vibe.
A bathroom with a freestanding bathrub, geometric patterned floor tiles, and a vanity with two sinks.
Double sinks and a freestanding tub make the master bathroom a little retreat.
A view of hillsides in Silver Lake dotted with houses, as seen from a deck with two chairs.
The view from the deck outside the master bedroom.
A photo of a Spanish-style house fronted by a staircase and with a terrace over the garage.
The house is set beck from the street—a nice dose of privacy.