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Perfect English Tudor Revival-style landmark in Beachwood Canyon asks $1.4M

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This flawless, slightly witchy residence is a fricking dream

Photos by Erik Grammer, courtesy of Sotheby’s International Realty

Named a historic-cultural landmark in 2007, Beachwood Canyon’s Garber House certainly looks the part, with its brick facade and spooky, steeply pitched roofline.

The house at 6058 Scenic Avenue was built in 1922 as part of Beachwood Park, a development adjacent to Hollywoodland, according to the house’s landmark application.

The dwelling was designed by architect Herbert A. Linthwaite, in the popular at-the-time English Tudor Revival style.

Time has been kind to the Garber House. Its arched front door, casement windows, exposed-beam ceilings, and built-ins have aged well. The two-bedroom house holds a dining room, a galley-style kitchen, and one and a half bathrooms, including a beautifully tiled one that opens via French doors onto a private patio.

The backyard is private and serene, with a little patio and plenty of grassy space.

Next door there is a two-story garage with space for one car and an art studio with kitchen and bathroom upstairs.

The asking price is $1.379 million. Tatiana Tensen of Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.

The dining room opens out to the backyard.
The bathroom has French doors that open out onto a private patio and seating area.
So much space in the master bedroom.
The backyard is a lovely and private retreat.
Upstairs from an adjacent one-car garage is an art studio with kitchen and bathroom.
The house seen from the street looks magical.