February 7, 2023


Giving your Home a new Option

A Revamped Midcentury in L.A. Exemplifies Sunny California Living for $3.4M

New to the Los Angeles market is a spacious midcentury that just underwent a major renovation. Nestled on a quiet cul-de-sac street in Encino, the 1960 home sets the bar high for indoor-outdoor living, exuding a breezy open feel across its 4,085-square-foot layout.

After a top-down renovation, the revamped midcentury at 4311 Noeline Avenue blends together a glass, wood, and stone facade. A gently sloping roof line defines much of the interior.

A pivoting front door opens into the center of the home, where an expansive great room is defined by a pitched ceiling and wall of glass. Sliding doors seamlessly connect multiple living spaces with a large backyard pool while clerestory windows and skylights flood the interior with natural light. Nine-inch hardwood floors connect the living and dining areas with an all-new, Calcutta marble kitchen.

Inside, a large fireplace anchors the living room, contrasting Calcutta marble with oak slats on either side. Sliding glass doors open onto the covered patio.

Continuing the open floor plan, opposite the living room is a formal dining area that leads into a family room at the back. The space is punctuated by tall ceilings and exposed beams.

Custom cabinetry offer plentiful storage in the light-filled kitchen, which features a glass-encased breakfast nook in the corner. The space also features Calcutta marble countertops.

The great room finishes off with a smaller family room, which also opens to the backyard and features a sunken wet bar.

In total, the residence offers five bedrooms and six baths, including a spa-like master bathroom clad in white terrazzo. Sliding glass doors lead out to a private zen garden. Scroll ahead to see inside more of the home, currently listed for $3,595,000.

A peek at the master bedroom, which is located adjacent to the living room and also connects to the covered patio.

The master bath has an oversized tub and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the zen garden.

One of four secondary bedrooms, this space is currently set up as a home office. A central atrium offers a water feature. 

A look at one of the other bathrooms.

A spacious outdoor area—complete with a built-in barbecue and a fire pit—offers an idyllic setting for entertaining.

The large pool occupies much of the backyard, surrounded by a patio and lawn.

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