6336 W 84th Place
Bed 4 Bath 3.5 Price $2,444,000View Listing
Welcome to this exceptionally designed California-cool home, located in the heart of Westchester. Reimagined in 2021, for an owner user, this 4B + 2.5B Loyola Village home features an astounding amount of natural light, beautiful finishes, and a 1 BR + Office ADU.
Situated on a large 7,230 sq ft lot, this home’s thoughtful orientation is an entertainer’s dream. Enter into the home and find soaring vaulted ceilings with strategically placed skylights that illuminate this flawless open floor-plan. The epitome of California indoor-outdoor living, La Cantina Bi Fold doors open wall to wall to a beautiful backyard with a deck and large grassy area. The separate fire pit area is the perfect place to spend time with your family or have cocktails as you catch up with friends. The oversized Cabana features a built-in bbq with custom bench seating and room for a large dining table to host a dozen or more friends for sunset dinners under the cafe lights. The gourmet chef’s kitchen includes top-of-the-line Cafe appliances, a huge marble center island w/seating, and fantastic amounts of storage. The primary bedroom features vaulted ceilings, grand en-suite bath with dual sinks, marble vanity, and handmade subway tile shower. Two nicely sized guest bedrooms with dedicated closets share a stylish bathroom with imported Spanish ceramic tile, while guests enjoy a powder room with a custom pink travertine floating sink. In addition to these three beautiful bedrooms, enjoy an additional 4th bedroom that can be utilized as a bright and cheery work from home space, playroom or a guest room. The oversized 558 sqft ADU, built in 2021, has two entrances, features one en-suite bedroom + another flex room perfect for working from home while keeping an eye on the kid as they play in the yard. Located in one of the best and friendliest neighborhoods in all of Los Angeles, this home is simply one that you can’t miss!
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This neighborhood straddles the Westside of Los Angeles and the South Bay and is known for its secluded character. It is the home of Loyola Marymount University, the Otis College of Art and Design, and has two historically-designated Googie-style architecture icons. Can you guess which ones?