Home of the week
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Home of the week

This converted 1930 warehouse in the Mid-City district west of downtown and north of the Santa Monica Freeway is on the market for close to $2 million. (Brian Thomas Jones)
The interior space of this 7,000-square-foot live-work loft includes a 30-foot ceiling over the living room. (Brian Thomas Jones)
This is the “work” space of this Mid-City district live-work loft. Exposed brick walls and old-growth bowstring trusses are among the home’s features. (Brian Thomas Jones)
The loft’s master bedroom suite has exposed ductwork, a sitting area and a 1920s-style hexagon-tile bathroom. (Brian Thomas Jones)
The loft’s kitchen has a 6-foot-wide industrial sink. Some of the modern features of the 1930 structure include copper plumbing and commercial-grade electrical service. (Brian Thomas Jones)
The loft features 13/4 baths, including the master bath, which has 1920s-style hexagon tile and a free-standing porcelain tub. (Brian Thomas Jones)