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.
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.
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Listing courtesy of Jenna Cooper – Compass