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Home of the Day: 1947 rancher with recording studio in Sunland

Home of the Day: Hilltop retreat in Sunland with seperate art and recording studios

Mountain and valley views create a 360-degree backdrop for this 1947 ranch-style home, set on more than 1½ acres in Sunland. The pastoral residence, owned by an artist and a musician, counts separate art studio and music-recording studio among its features. Outdoors, a brick-lined entertainer's space, viewing decks and a pool complete the carefree setting.

Location: 7834 Rim Canyon Road, Sunland 91040

Asking price: $1.175 million

Year built: 1947

House size: 1,262 square feet, three bedrooms, one bathroom

Lot size: 1.61 acres

Features: Front porch, beamed ceilings, French doors, updated kitchen, living room with brick fireplace, dining room, office, wine cellar, master bedroom with brick fireplace, detached artist's studio, detached music/recording studio, pool, valley and mountain views

About the area: There were 50 homes sold in the 91040 ZIP Code over the last 90 days at a median sale price of $470,000, according to Redfin. The median list price for that area is $580,000.

Agent: Karen Nielsen, (626) 696-4830, Partners Trust Real Estate Brokerage and Acquisitions

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