3122 Nichols Canyon Road
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Here's a fun comparison!Â Two modern homes that hit the market today
share a lot of similarities.Â Take a look at each one, and let us know
which is your favorite.
This one was designed by Edward H. Fickett in 1959.Â The 2,510 sq. foot
space includes 4 bedrooms, 3.25 baths, and dramatic walls of windows.
A two-sided stone fireplace breaks up the living/family space.
And the open floor plan is punctuated by this central atrium with water features.
The gally-style kitchen is compact.
And floor-to-ceiling sliders open the entire rear of the house to the pool and spa.
Listing Provided Courtesy of: Geoff Clark, Deasy Penner & Partners
Okay, now let's check out this other place. . .
920 North Kenter Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90049
This home is slightly larger at 3,000 sq. feet.Â It also has 4 bedrooms, but only 2.5 baths.
This spacious living room features a fireplace and glass sliders that lead to a central courtyard.
The house is built surrounding the courtyard in an open horseshoe configuration.
And the courtyard features a koi pond.
This kitchen is larger with bar and bench seating.
The master suite features beautiful hardwood floors and walls of glass with views of the courtyard.
Instead of a pool, the grounds of this home are accented by patios, water features, and gardens.
Listing Provided Courtesy of: Kira Gould, Gibson International
Which home would you prefer?Â And what are your favorite features?Â Let's discuss.
If you wish to view either of these properties (or both), please call Matthew Morgus at 213-880-6420.