Fashion designer’s colorful pad hits the market in Hancock Park

Fashion designer’s colorful pad hits the market in Hancock Park

November 4th, 2019|Properties|

Johnson Hartig, the force behind Libertine fashion line, brings his preference for “riots of color, pattern, and eccentric appliqués” home.

Johnson Hartig's home for sale in Hancock Park

In the heart of the city, 348 N. Citrus Ave sits on a tree-lined street in Hancock Park. Walking through a specimen garden and an enclosed front porch the interior space opens to an airy interior with garden views all around.

The 1,848-square-foot residence balances “luxury with comfort and class with brass, Hartig’s interiors are a colorful and cannily edited mix of antiques, catalog furnishings, flea market finds, 20th century designer pieces and contemporary art,” says the LA Times.

Features include an updated kitchen with a polished concrete floor and a Supreme sticker placed front and center on the stainless steal stove, master suite with a remodeled bath with marble countertops, double vanity, and French doors leading to a private backyard with a swimming pool.

Fashion designer Johnson Hartig's home for sale in Hancock Park
Fashion designer Johnson Hartig's home for sale in Hancock Park

Featured in several interior design publications including Domino The Book of Decorating, Coveteur, and the Los Angeles Times, the home is listed with an asking price of $2.199 million.

Interested in seeing this designer done home? Let’s talk.

Listing courtesy of Jenna Cooper – Compass