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Urban Retreat in Melrose Village Walker’s Paradise | 623 N Sierra Bonita Ave

This extraordinarily private urban retreat in Hollywood’s Melrose Village neighborhood is a Spanish-style pool home with modern updates mixed with classic vintage details by Los Angeles design firm bettershelter.

623 N Sierra Bonita Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90036

$2,399,000 | 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 2,268 Sq. Ft. | Price/Sq.Ft. $1,058 | 5,851 Sq. Ft. Lot | Built in 1924

The dramatic open floor plan includes open concept living/dining/kitchen areas all with high ceilings, skylights, and large picture windows, some with stained glass accents. The living area has a great wood burning fireplace and there are hardwood floors throughout the home.

The stylish cook’s kitchen includes a large center island with eat-in seating,  a gorgeous tile backsplash, immacculate carrara counters, and chic custom cabinetry.

Wonderful built-ins, unique touches, and one-of-a-kind light fixtures can be found throughout the home including this hallway area that doubles as storage and tabletop space to display art, books, sculptures, and succulents to help maximize the area.

The sumptuous primary bedroom suite has a walk-in closet, en-suite bath, and easy outdoor access via a wall of French doors to the brand new pool and outdoor living area.

The exquisite bath has linen storage, duel sinks, vintage hardware, and a great soaking tub and shower.

The walk-in closet and its subtle light green cabinetry is absolutely dreamy.

The second and third bedrooms are primed for both children, roommates, or overnight guests.

The home’s second full bath and a convenient half bath are both styled after the design choices of the home’s kitchen and primary bath. bettershelter did an excellent job of tying all of these vintage and modern elements seamlessly together.

The third bedroom is currently set up as a great home office, the perfect spot to catch up on some work or perhaps begin your latest screenplay.

The walled and gated backyard includes a detached pool house that is not included in the home’s square footage.

The one bedroom pool house has a kitchenette and plenty of room to entertain.

There’s also a full bathroom. The pool house could perhaps make a great Additional Dwelling Unit or could provide additional short term rental income.

This dreamy abode is located in the heart of Melrose Village, a true “walkers paradise,” although you have a long driveway that provides parking for several cars. The front yard is also enclosed and provides ideal curb appeal. 623 N Sierra Bonita is really in the heart of so many of what these Hollywood neighborhoods have to offer: Melrose Village, 3rd Street, Fairfax, Beverly, and West Hollywood all converge at 623 N Sierra Bonita Avenue to offer you the very best of the city’s shopping, restaurants, and nightlife.

I would love to give you a private tour of 623 N Sierra Bonita Avenue in Hollywood’s Melrose Village. Call me today at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Sharon Elise Gavin, Compass.

Jacqueline Tager | CalBre#: 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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