For Lease: Modernist Silver Lake Compound – 1937 Cedar Lodge Terrace

This chic, fully furnished home in the heart of Silver Lake is slated to appear in an upcoming Architectural Digest and is available for lease August 1 through January 31.

1937 Cedar Lodge Terrace
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Price: $10,000/mo.
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Square feet: 2,425
Lot size: 5,601/AS
Year built: 1963

Built in 1963 by architect Roger Sherman, this is a rare lease opportunity in the Ivanhoe school district. From the pool up to the bathrooms to the connoisseur’s kitchen, this exquisite modernist compound has been recently reimagined and furnished by celebrity designers The Archers.

The home boasts three bedrooms and three updated bathrooms. This showcase property features an open floor plan with a 30 foot wall of Fleetwood sliding doors opening to a private saltwater pool. The brilliant design creates the ultimate Los Angeles indoor/outdoor living experience.

The home has a luxurious master suite.

Each of the three bathrooms have been elegantly updated.

There’s an additional bedroom and bathroom with a separate entrance perfect for a home office or third bedroom.

The entire home is filled with art and books.

A lovely yellow spiral staircase leads to lower level media room, (which also functions as a guest bedroom) with Apple TV and Sonos sound.

1937 Cedar Lodge Terrace also boasts solar shades and a water purification system and direct access two-car garage. For the art and book lover in you it doesn’t get any better than this. Plus, did I mention it’s in one of the hottest neighborhoods in LA? Near Sunset Junction, Silver Lake Reservoir and Meadow, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods 365, and so much more.

To tour 1937 Cedar Lodge Terrace, or find other wonderful homes for lease or for sale in Silver Lake, especially in the Ivanhoe school district, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing Jacqueline Tager, Sotheby’s International Realty.

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