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Incredibly Inspiring Artistic & Architectural Silver Lake Sanctuary | 1620 Redcliff St.

A sumptuous and sophisticated sanctuary awaits in prime Silver Lake. This incredibly inspiring artistic and architectural home has been owned by artists for decades and you can tell immediately by the one-of-a-kind curb appeal. The pink facade, forest green shutters, blue gate, and red Spanish tiles that lead to the front door will instantly enrapture and charm.

1620 Redcliff Street
Los Angeles, CA 90026

$1,395,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bath | 1,307 Sq. Ft. | Price/Sq.Ft. $1,067 | 4,328 Sq. Ft. Lot | Built in 1937

Nestled into the hills and perched high above the city , the two bedroom house also includes a bonus studio, office, an oversized garage turned artists studio, terraced gardens, and multiple balconies with stunning views of the city and San Gabriel Mountains.

Wind your way up to the top level where rich hardwood floors welcome you into an expansive living room with curved plaster ceilings and warm spaces flooded with natural light.

You’ll adore the gorgeous dining room with its pink-clad walls, open storage, and lighting fixture evocative of the 1930s era when the home was built.

The importance of color and character continues in the sleek kitchen. The kitchen also has a great pantry and an office space/sunroom just down the hall.

The primary bedroom feels absolutely gigantic, with not one but two sitting areas, several closets to provide plenty of storage, and its own private balcony.

The private balcony is endlessly romantic and offers the perfect perch to enjoy sunrises and sunsets.

A second bedroom offers the perfect little retreat for overnight guests.

The full bath is magnetic with a vintage appeal.

Outside, find a villa-esque lush green yard with luscious landscaping, multiple tiers ideal for garden beds or possibly even a plunge pool.

Manicured and hedged for privacy, 1620 Redcliff offers an ideal backyard paradise for both entertaining and quiet reflection.

The attached two-car garage has a remarkable history as an artists workshop and office.

Creativity is simply at the heart of the home’s soul.

All this just mere blocks from the Silver Lake Reservoir, Lamill Coffee, L&E Oyster Bar, Alimento, and so much more. 1620 Redcliff is a dreamy artistic oasis in one of Los Angeles’s finest east side enclaves.

I would love to give you a tour of 1620 Redcliff Street in Silver Lake. Call me today at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Alexandria Jack, Compass.
Jacqueline Tager | DRE# 1476997
jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com | (323) 697-3040
Sotheby’s International Realty – Los Feliz Brokerage
1801 N Hillhurst Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027

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