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Sharply remodeled midcentury seeks $2.4M in Beachwood Canyon

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The freshly overhauled home was built in 1952

Living room
The home retains original details, like a stone fireplace in the living room.
Photos by EriK Grammer, courtesy Compass Realty

Built in 1958, this modern-style home in Beachwood Canyon has been thoroughly transformed since it last sold a little under a year ago.

Equipped with new floors, countertops, cabinets, light fixtures, and even kitchen appliances, the house retains distinctively midcentury features—such as soaring beamed ceilings and a tall stone fireplace in the living room.

Sitting on a 7,200-square-foot lot, the house is built along the edge of a hillside and looks out across the canyon to neighboring ridge lines. The residence has 2,575 square feet of total living space, with four bedrooms and three bathrooms in the main house, as well as a studio with its own entrance.

Wide windows can be found throughout the home, and both the dining room and the master suite lead out to an enormous deck with room for outdoor dining (or just lounging).

Last sold for under $1.1 million, the revamped house is now listed for $2.38 million.

An attached two-car garage sits alongside the home.
Paneling on the kitchen refrigerator matches the cabinetry.
The master bedroom opens to the home’s expansive deck.
Fresh fixtures and counters are part of the renovated bathroom.
The back deck overlooks the surrounding hills