Offered at: $1,299,000
You may have seen or visited our listings at 3526 Multiview for almost $3mil., 3574 Multiview for over $2.3mil., and 3510 Multiview for over $2mil. Now–for the first time in almost 20 years–this “close relation” to those epic mid-century houses is available for purchase; a classic 1961 2BR/2BA 1,351 square-foot glittering gem of a home with an open floor plan (living, dining, kitchen) and observation decks off of the living area and master suite. It’s hard to not look directly into the city lights views, but looking down from the view reveals the rectangular 15,602 square-foot lot that traverses down the hillside (see SITE PLAN tab). No one is ever blockingÂ thisÂ view!
Who wouldn’t want to live surrounded panoramic vistas–especially at the entry-level price (for the neighborhood) of under $1.3mil.? L.A.â€™s hallmarks hang like art right in front of 3518 Multiview Drive: Griffith Park and its iconic Observatory. The Hollywood sign. Universal City. A dazzling carpet of city lights. Mt. Cahuenga and three sequential ranges of mountains. Oak tree-laden canyons. Even Hogwarts at Universal’s backlot is within sight.
And although one canÂ see virtually all this part of L.A. and Hollywood have to offer, no one is looking back. This rare site offers views to this property’s owners and guestsâ€¦and no one else. It’s like inhabiting a private sky lounge, at one with and alone with sunrises, cloud formations, and inky-black starry nights–all in the midst of a bustling metropolis, just minutes from anything and everything a heart could desire.
As was common for architects of that era, an open floor plan anchors the public space; living, dining, and kitchen flow seamlessly together. A wall of glass leads to a balcony off of this area which is suspended into the explosive city lights view with three mountain ranges visible beyond. gleaming floors below, 1960’s-style beams above. A refreshed kitchen with skylight, large center island, and a suite of stainless-steel appliances adjoins the living/dining area. Stir your culinary creations while gazing at L.A. below you. A master bedroom suite features “bed wall” views and–through another wall of windows–its own private viewing deck. The master bath has dual sinks and a soaking tub with views of its own. The home’s guest room also has tree-top views and access to a bathroom that doubles as a powder room. Laundry center, too.