Logo

Mid-Century Hollywood Hills Retreat – 6335 Longview Ave

This tranquil mid-century two bedroom home in the Hollywood Hills is surrounded by mature pine trees and makes you feel like you’ve stepped out of the city and into your own private woodsy retreat.

6335 Longview Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Asking price: $849,000

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.75
Square feet: 903
Lot size: 6,348 sf
Year built: 1954

This hillside property features garden terraces and patios with views of Hollywood and beyond. Whether you’re quietly lounging and enjoying a book outdoors or entertaining a group of friends for dinner, 6335 Longview Ave offers you plenty of al fresco options.

Inside the single-level home there are mid-century details throughout including these gorgeous wood beamed ceilings.

The lovely galley kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, butcher block counters, and plenty of storage.

The living room has a stunning stone fireplace, built-in shelving, and a skylight that generously bathes the room in sunshine.

While the home is a cozy 900 square feet, the bright light and the easy indoor/outdoor flow makes it feel much larger.

Imagine having your morning coffee on this charming deck. It feels like a vacation without having to leave home.

The master bedroom has stunning treetop views and outdoor access to a private deck.

The deck certainly creates that Southern California indoor/outdoor flow that our finest mid-century architects worked so tirelessly to achieve.

A second guest bedroom would also make a fantastic home office or artists studio.

Two bathrooms are expertly designed and functional.

6335 Longview Avenue is located near Franklin Village, Hollywood and Vine, and on quiet nights you can hear music coming from the Hollywood Bowl. This beautiful mid-century home is a true haven in the Hollywood Hills.

If you would like to view this Hollywood Hills home, or find other fabulous Los Angeles homes for sale, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Alexander Barad, Sotheby’s International Realty.

More from The Hollywood Home:

Hollywood’s Essential Restaurants – Spring 2018
Hollywood’s best restaurants don’t always have a gimmick, but when they do they resemble a summer blockbuster more than a
Read more.
Beautiful Beachwood Canyon Spanish-style Home – 3311 Ledgewood Drive
This beautiful 1920s Spanish-style four bedroom home is located in an excellent Beachwood Canyon location, above Two Stone Gates and
Read more.
Amazing Spots for Mother’s Day Brunch in Los Angeles
Making last minute Mother’s Day plans? You’ll want to take a list of these amazing spots for Mother’s Day brunch
Read more.
For Lease: Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Post & Beam 4 Bedroom Home
Welcome to The Brander House, a mid-century modern post and beam original home with outstanding city to ocean views, four
Read more.
The Best Los Angeles Events in May 2018
Happy May! Here’s a a great list of all the best Los Angeles events and things to do our great
Read more.
A History of a Hollywoodland Original: 3072 Belden Drive
The rare and wonderful 3072 Belden Drive is one of Hollywoodland’s first homes built in the classic storybook style. While
Read more.
Celebrity Real Estate Review – April 2018
Take a closer look at a select and exclusive group of celebrity real estate deals including the new homes of
Read more.
Incredible 1920s Spanish Villa in the Hollywood Hills – 6735 Wedgewood Pl
This incredible Spanish villa is located on a rare large double lot in a historic Hollywood Hills location. The residence
Read more.
Period Mid-Century Modern 3 Bedroom in Los Feliz – 2361 North Vermont Ave
This private mid-century modern home was built in 1956 and has been lovingly maintained over the years. One could call
Read more.
Gorgeous Spanish-Style 3 Bedroom Home in Los Feliz – 2162 Talmadge Street
2162 Talmadge Street is an elegant and inspiring 1920s three bedroom Spanish-style home in the heart of Los Feliz just
Read more.

Comments RSS You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.


Leave a Reply