Home of the Week

A Midcentury Modern 'treehouse' in Silver Lake

Lauren Beale
Hot Property

This Midcentury Modern "treehouse" in Silver Lake is sited to capture 180-degree views from the mountains to the ocean. Made of redwood, maple, concrete and steel, the multistory Modernist home opens to expansive deck space for indoor-outdoor living.

Location: 1977 Lucile Ave., Los Angeles 90039

Asking price: $1.595 million

Year built: 1954

Architect: Robert A. Pratt

House size: Two bedrooms, three bathrooms, 1,885 square feet, more than 800 square feet of decking

Lot size: 12,584 square feet

Features: Living and dining rooms, breakfast area, wood-clad walls, beam ceilings, patio, attached carport, garden pathways, flat yard, mature trees, room for expansion or swimming pool

About the area: In the second quarter, 52 single-family homes sold in Silver Lake at a median price of $864,000, according to PropertyShark.com. That was a 2% price increase from the previous quarter and a 2% price increase year over year.

Agent: Robert Kallick, (323) 775-6305, Sotheby's International Realty

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