Grab This 1937 Redwood-Wrapped Residence in Eagle Rock for $1.3M
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Grab This 1937 Redwood-Wrapped Residence in Eagle Rock for $1.3M

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By Kathryn M.
The L-shaped home elegantly blends concrete, wood, and vintage furnishings for a decidedly modern and hip look.

A new listing in the L.A. neighborhood of Eagle Rock fits right into the area's eclectic and laid-back vibe. The three-bedroom, two-bath home offers a vintage kitchen, crisp neutral color palette, and sleek lines—all tied together in a simple yet refined package of wood and concrete. Expansive sliding glass doors also open up to the backyard, creating an effortless indoor/outdoor connection.

Originally built in 1937, the home has been modernized inside and out. A stone driveway ends at the one-car garage, while a cascade of steps lead up to the entryway courtyard.

Other unique features run throughout this retro abode, including a cast-concrete soaking tub, a hidden door in the living room, and a wrap-around deck. A sunny upstairs bedroom also offers a private perch to enjoy picturesque views, while a detached studio provides space for work or hobbies.

The main entrance opens to a large living room and a wall of glass that stretches along the entire space. Redwood beams and veneer line the ceiling, while stained concrete floors complement the earthy aesthetic.

While the property feels like a retreat from the city chaos, many of Eagle Rock's best cafés are just minutes away. Keep scrolling to see more of this cozy property, currently listed for $1,295,000.

A focal point of the living area is the aesthetically pleasing fireplace wall, which elegantly mixes materials and features a mantel that runs across to meet the staircase tread. The open stairs lead up to an airy bedroom.

On the opposite side of the fireplace, a hidden door disguises the entrance to another bedroom. 

The living room flows into the dining area and kitchen, with each space differentiated by transitions in the flooring and ceiling. Sliding doors and windows wrap around the space to provide natural light and access to the home's multiple outdoor areas.

The U-shaped kitchen features vintage wood cabinetry and appliances. An open peninsula provides views into the dining and living rooms.

The peninsula is capped by a tall cabinet, which offers additional storage and houses the vintage oven.

A peek at one of three bedrooms, which features large sliding doors that open directly to the outdoors and drench the room in natural light.

Here is one of two bathrooms, this one completing an en-suite with the previous bedroom.

The second bathroom features a deep cast-concrete soaking tub and shower. A natural mosaic of pebbled stones line the shower walls.

Upstairs, a bright bedroom features corner windows overlooking the front yard.

Beneath the bedroom is a hidden space off of the main living area. A few steps lead down to the large room, which is wrapped in plywood, exposed framing, and concrete floors.

With its own side entrance and minibar, the space doubles as a handy guest bedroom. Clerestory windows provide additional light into the area from above the bed.

Outside, a wrap-around deck begins off the kitchen. A deep overhang provides some shade for the wide sliding doors that wrap around the corner of the home.

The deck continues around the other side of the home and traces the home's L-shaped floor plan. Expansive sliding doors in the living room and master bedroom provide a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor spaces.

An additional concrete patio adjoins the deck near the main entrance, connecting with the detached studio and garage. Several large pines around the .20-acre lot offer a canopy to escape the sun.

1248 Las Flores Drive in Los Angeles, CA, is listed for $1,295,000 by Sonya Coke of Compass.

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