With the resurgence of neighboring cities along the 110 corridor, Montecito Heights is arguably the area’s most desirable. Sited high in the hills north of Downtown Los Angeles, this community is close to the city yet feels remote due in large part to the stunning views and community feel.
Built in 1952, this mid-century traditional is a great example of what you will find here. From the front, sides, and back the north facing view is ever present. While the exterior is certainly pleasing to the eye, the interior is almost its equal. During the owner’s tenure, much of the home was remodeled and restored. The living room is spacious and includes a fireplace, new hardwood flooring, and large picture windows. The kitchen offers black and white tiled floors, stainless appliances, newer cabinets and counter tops, and a sitting area. Off the main hallway are the three bedrooms and two remodeled bathrooms. The front bedroom includes multiple windows while the master bedroom provides French doors to the side yard and its own full bathroom. The family room sits in the back of the house and offers direct access to the rear steps and carport.
Unique to the home is parking in both the front and back with the front carport providing space for one car while the back has space for two. Additional features include central heating and air, rewired electrical, newer hardwood flooring, upgraded sewer line, and a separate laundry room.
offered by: Jeremy Hardy