Midcentury modern design circa 1962 by notable architect Maurice L. Bein. Nestled at the top of Beachwood Canyon, the thoughtfully updated residence presents an open layout under a butterfly-style roof shaping an airy living environment bathed in natural light. Sliding glass and clerestory windows connect seamlessly to an enclosed patio that feels tranquil and sequestered, even as the city is within easy reach. Custom craftsmanship throughout includes a built-in desk, beautiful maplewood flooring, and the kitchen appointed with stainless appliances and a full-height tile splash. Bedrooms are bright and well-proportioned; from multiple points enjoy access to the rebuilt deck surrounded by stately trees and magnificent canyon views. Floating above LA in the perfect environment to relax and entertain you are near miles of hiking trails, and abundant dining options including The Oaks Gourmet, Clark Street Diner and more. Trader Joe's and the Hollywood Farmers Market are within easy reach.