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1930s Spanish-style with pretty backyard asks $1.1M in Laurel Canyon

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The multi-tiered yard is perfectly overgrown

The backyard has multiple levels.
Courtesy of Kevin Kelly/Sotheby’s International Realty.

Built in 1930, this Spanish-style home in Laurel Canyon gracefully blends contemporary finishes and vintage character, from the new tiled roof to the wrought iron wall sconces to the colorful Talavera tile stairs that mimic the living room’s beautiful, original tiled fireplace.

Since the property last came up for sale 19 years ago, the kitchen has been remodeled with sleek cabinets, heated floors, marble counters, and custom windows that open to an outdoor eating counter. Other updates include a new HVAC and garage door.

Measuring 910 square feet on a 4,521-square-foot lot, the home also holds a bonus room and one and three quarters baths. The outdoor space is lovely too. Spread across multiple levels, there’s a lawn, raised gardening bed, planters that are perfectly overgrown, and a patio.

Last sold in 2000 for $410,000, 2043 Stanley Hills Place is now listed for $1.098 million.

Tile risers on the stairs echo the original 1930s fireplace inside.
The remodeled kitchen sports lots of cabinets, along with marble counters and heated floors.
Hardwood floors run throughout the 910-square-foot home.
Bi-fold windows in the kitchen open to an outdoor counter and an abundant backyard.