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1219 Dodds Circle
Los Angeles, CA 90063
$1,599,000
3
Beds
3.0
Baths
2,016
sq. ft

1219 Dodds Circle

Presenting the Stilt House, offering sweeping panoramic views that stretch from Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood Sign to DTLA and all the way to Catalina Island, featured in the 1995 Michael Mann film Heat which starred Al Pacino and Robert Deniro. Conceptualized and constructed at the height of the midcentury modern movement, this architectural home served as a case study for the engineering program at Cal State University, Los Angeles. The property combines two parcels to form a street-to-street lot, with the opportunity to build a lower level or an ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit; buyer to verify local requirements). Dine al-fresco and enjoy incredible ocean vistas from the 60-foot rear deck that spans the city-facing side of the home, accessed through multiple sets of sliding glass doors from the interior spaces. The kitchen is appointed with original orange hand-fired tile, KitchenAid appliances, decorative stained glass, and wine refrigerator. The primary bathroom is spacious and offers a separate shower, dual-sink vanity, and soaking tub. There is also a mini bar, putting green, 200-square-foot enclosed carport studio, and lower deck and yard. Welcome to your new retreat just moments to downtown's burgeoning social, entertainment, and dining scenes.
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