- Jerry Simpson and Aaron Hoffman
Located in the heart of West Hollywood’s storied Norma Triangle, this private 1920s Spanish home offers a seamless indoor-outdoor living experience on one of the largest lots in the neighborhood. From the home’s original red brick and tile dated and engraved with the original build date to its beautiful reclaimed wood beams, wood-burning, Spanish-style fireplace, and lush backyard, 939 N. Wetherly Drive is a true California classic with history in its beams.
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Sun-swept interiors flow graciously to verdant outdoor areas—and a generous swimming pool—for a decidedly bohemian living experience.
A charming brick pathway leads to the backyard.
The home's original period details, which include reclaimed wood beams, built-in bookshelves and seating nooks and a wood-burning fireplace, imbue the home with a sense of history and whimsy.
The dining area flows seamlessly to an outdoor seating area through folding pocket doors, encouraging al fresco entertaining.
The custom chef’s kitchen showcases hand-cut marble stone walls, Italian white marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a professional Capital range.
The master suite boasts original red brick floors and French doors to a quaint garden patio.
A charming, private patio off the master suite.
An impressive, thoroughly private outdoor living space is complete with a large swimming pool, cozy patios, calming water fountain and lush and mature landscaping.
The home's spa-like guest house holds its third bedroom and full bathroom, kitchenette, and luxurious steam room. French doors create an effortless connection to the pool beyond.
A relaxed seating area off the main house is surrounded by greenery and serves as a peaceful retreat.