A Breezy Los Angeles Home With a Backyard Oasis Lists for $3.7M

This Los Feliz home has an elegant interior that flows right into the inviting backyard.
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This newly listed home by Italian-born architect Bruno Bondanelli embraces the Californian lifestyle with massive glass sliders that open to a lush backyard retreat. Completed in 2013, the sun-soaked home has a detached guesthouse that provides a quiet place to relax or work—that is, if you can resist a dip in the sparkling, zero-edge swimming pool.

This recently listed home designed by Bondanelli Design Group is located at the base of Griffith Park in Los Angeles, California. The facade is defined by clean lines and glass with hints of stone and wood.

Inside, the double-height living space features a beamed ceiling flanked by clerestory windows and a built-in bookcase along one wall. 

The interior is defined by a material palette of wood, metal, and stone.

The 3,100-square-foot main house offers three bedrooms with three-and-a-half bathrooms clad in marble and designer finishes. A sleek, European-style kitchen overlooks a large living area on the main floor, which also contains the master suite. Upstairs, a lounge area doubles as a bedroom with an outdoor deck. The guesthouse has another full bathroom and a flexible live/work space. The home’s high-tech features include automated blinds and a Sonos sound system with in-wall speakers.

Retractable Fleetwood doors provide a seamless transition between inside and out. A large patio, zero-edge swimming pool, and manicured landscape await outside.

A marble-clad, central fireplace divides the living room from a formal dining area, while stone tiles line a wall near the main entrance.

The sunlit kitchen features a large central island with wood facing to complement the bookcase alcove and hardwood floors. A dining area offers a built-in bench along one side.

The European-style kitchen features Miele and Thermador appliances, including a built-in espresso maker, an induction cooktop, and multiple ovens.

The surrounding neighborhood is lined with majestic Moreton Bay fig trees, which are considered cultural monuments by the city of Los Angeles. Just blocks away is the Greek Theater, Griffith Observatory, and hiking trails—as well as numerous shops and restaurants. Keep scrolling to see more of the home, currently listed for $3,695,000.

Metal, glass, and wood make up the staircase that leads to a family room, study, and full bathroom.

A look at the formal dining area, where sliding glass doors lead out to a patio. The detached guesthouse can be seen in the background.

The primary bedroom is located at the opposite end of the main floor.

Another pair of retractable doors open two sides of a corner to the backyard.

The spa-like main bathroom features marble-clad walls and flooring, an expansive vanity, and a soaking tub with jets.

Upstairs, another living area features a large window overlooking Moreton Bay fig trees that line the street. An adjacent bathroom allows this space to function as a bedroom if needed.

The second-floor bathroom features a freestanding tub and more marble cladding. A floor-to-ceiling window frames another view of the prominent fig trees.

The second floor also has space for a work area in the corner. Sliding glass doors lead outside.

A look at the second-floor outdoor space. The listing includes most of the outdoor furniture.

At ground level, a stone and concrete patio extends from the main house to meet the zero-edge pool and lawn. The detached guesthouse sits on a corner of the lot.

The guesthouse is currently set up as a living area, but it could also be used as a studio or extra bedroom. The structure includes a full bathroom.

Another view of the property shows off the sparkling pool and spa.

2410 N Vermont Ave in Los Angeles, California, is currently listed for $3,695,000 by Cari Field of ACME Real Estate.

Project Credits:

Architect of Record: Bondanelli Design Group, Inc.

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