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Exquisite French Normandy Home in the Los Feliz Hills – 2320 Wayne Avenue

This exquisite French Normandy home in the Los Feliz hills is located north of the boulevard and just a stone’s throw from Griffith Park. The meticulously restored and renovated home consists of five bedrooms and four bathrooms, a grand cook’s kitchen, gorgeous den and library, a mud room, and so much more over four thousand square feet and three stories.

2320 Wayne Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Price: $3,985,000 | 5 beds | 4 baths | 4,178 Sq. Ft. | $954 / Sq. Ft. | .34 Acre Lot | Built in 1921

Picture perfect French Norman on serene sprawling grounds. Built in 1921, this 5 bd/4bth statement home has been meticulously renovated with a classic modern aesthetic and luxury finishes. Features include: shou sugi ban wood details, large scale windows, plank wood floors, grand cook’s kitchen, sunken den/library and rare mud room.

The French Normandy style, like the English Tudor, is a revival style that harkens directly back to medieval European architecture.  However, unlike other French inspired architecture such as the Second Empire, Beaux Arts and the Chateau-esque styles, which were based on grand Parisian palaces; the French Normandy style is modeled after the rural vernacular architecture of the French countryside. The style borrows its design cues directly from the Normandy region of France. In the region, barns were attached to living quarters, and grain or silage was stored in a central tower/turret. Exterior walls are clad in brick, stone, stucco, shingle, or any combination thereof.  Some may even utilize decorative half-timbering on a portion of the façade.  The idea was to create a building that appears to have developed over time.

The home has many nooks and crannies indicative of the architectural style and the period.

A sunny breakfast room is just off the kitchen and features easy outdoor access through a pair of French doors.

The kitchen is absolutely dreamy. A total masterclass in design and function.

The kitchen has a large eat-in center island and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances.

The formal dining room has painted a playful light shade of pink and has a magnificent chandelier.

A lovely and sunken library and den make up the heart of the home.

The second floor is comprised of four bedrooms, two full baths, and a laundry room. The divine master suite is a one-of-a-kind retreat with style to spare.

You’ll love the shou sugi ban wood details, large scale windows, the plank wood floors, and this sleek and charming sitting area.

The en suite bath is serene with an open spa-like bath with an oversized shower, floating vanity with two sinks, and a luxurious freestanding soaker tub.

2320 Wayne Avenue is a large family home that provides plenty of space for peace and privacy.

The second, third, and fourth bedrooms share a lovely bath with plenty of storage and space.

The second floor’s fourth bedroom is the coziest of the bunch but has many charming details and quirks like the wonderful row of windows that help to brighten and enlarge the room.

The third floor consists of a bedroom and a full bath that is ideal for overnight or out of town guests.

The sprawling and expansive grounds are verdant and include large mature trees, rolling green lawnas,  and privacy landscaping.

The property also boasts a spacious back patio for entertaining and lounging, a detached two-car garage, copper gutters and much, much more. 2320 Wayne Avenue is a a rare blend of high style and excellent taste. A dreamy family home in Los Angeles’s signature east side neighborhood.

If you are interested in 2320 Wayne Avenue in Los Feliz, or in finding other mid–century modern homes for sale in Los Angeles, call me today at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Lauren Reichenberg at Compass and Alexander Barad at Nourmand & Associates-HW.

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