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  • 4 Beds
  • 4.5 Baths
  • N/A Lot Size
  • 7379 Building Sq Ft
2030 Talmadge St Los Feliz $25,000

Stunning architectural masterpiece w/pool & view.Harnesses the elements of true luxury and sophistication.From conceptual design to final execution, the pinnacle of dedication to craftsmanship, refinement, and style,while maintaining a warmth & functionality.SMART home.Over 6000 SF Indoor/outdoor nirvana enhanced by 360" views spanning from the landmark Griffith Observatory & Downtown LA.Additionally 650 SQFT of 2nd floor balconies & 750 SQFT roof deck w/views.High-end Fleetwood doors & windows which lead from grand main floor to a spectacular exterior living space,glass tile infinity swimming pool and Spa &soothing waterfall w/circular seating area around a fire pit, BBQ, & beautiful garden.Master suite features a large balcony with breathtaking sunset views.10 ft Custom designed entryMaster bathroom boasts its impressive double sink, soaking tub and artful shower walls w/amazing views.Tom Dickson exclusive lightings.Walk to famous Hillhurst & Vermont shops, restaurants & Theaters. Los Feliz Neighborhood The neighborhood has been home to movie stars, musicians, and the Hollywood elite. It boasts some of the best-known residential architecture in the city, including two homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright?the Ennis House and the Hollyhock House?and Richard Neutra's Lovell House. Mickey Mouse was "born" in Los Feliz: Walt Disney drew his first image of the now-legendary character in the garage of his uncle's house, on Kingswell Avenue between Vermont Avenue and Rodney Drive. Disney's first animation studio (now a photocopy store) was also on Kingswell Avenue, just down the street from his uncle's house and east of Vermont Avenue. Disney's second, larger studio (now a Gelson's supermarket) was at the corner of Griffith Park Boulevard and Hyperion Avenue, on the Silver Lake side of the Los Feliz ? Silver Lake boundary. Los Feliz was also home to many other early studios, such as D. W. Griffith's, which now houses The Prospect Studios (formerly known as First National-Warner Brothers and more recently ABC Television Center), at the intersection of Prospect Avenue and Talmadge Street. On Sunset Boulevard was Monogram Pictures (KCET public television), where early Charlie Chan movies were filmed, as well as Hurricane, starring Dorothy Lamour, and the camp classic Johnny Guitar. (The Western street from that movie remained until the mid-1980s, when KCET razed the set to make way for a parking structure.) The area north of Los Feliz Boulevard below Griffith Park is commonly referred to as the Los Feliz Hills. The Los Feliz Hills contain multimillion-dollar homes and have been known for the large share of their inhabitants being involved in creative pursuits. With a mean household income of $196,585, the hills are one of the wealthiest areas of Los Angeles. Los Feliz manages to strike a balance between desirability and approachability?its shops and eateries stay casually comfortable without becoming painfully cool. It?s a polished, albeit still eclectic, neighborhood whose laid-back charms are best explored on foot. You'll find most of the shops, bars and restaurants along Hillhurst Avenue, with another cluster of pedestrian-friendly activity on Vermont Avenue, south of Franklin Avenue. Los Feliz brushes up against the 5 freeway, across which you?ll find its still under-the-radar neighbor Atwater Village. Ever-trendy Silver Lake sits to the south, with Thai Town and Hollywood to the west. But it?s Los Feliz's northern neighbor, Griffith Park, that bestows the neighborhood with its cozy, evergreen-lined hillside and sometimes rustic charm. Whether you're catching a matinee at a beloved single-screen movie theater, embarking on a house tour of a Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece or winding down at one of the city?s best outdoor dining spots, you'll find plenty to love about Los Feliz.