10334 Lorenzo Dr Los Angeles, CA 90064
$4,475,000 | 5 BD | 4 BA | 4,500 SQFT
Meticulously crafted in 2016 w/the finest of finishes, this perfectly appointed 2-sty Traditional provides a perfect modern floor plan w/a seamless flow the moment you enter.
A spacious sun-lit living room leads to the formal dining room embellished w/detailed wainscoting & beautiful coffered ceilings. The chefs kitchen features a state-of-the-art appliance package, handcrafted glass embellished cabinetry & large marble center island which open to an expansive family room w/custom built-ins, classic fireplace & walls of glass which open to the rear yard creating a perfect indoor/outdoor flow. 2nd sty showcases 4 en-suite bedrooms including a breathtaking Master Suite w/soaring vaulted ceilings & spa-like bath boasting a steam shower, soaking tub, envious dual walk-in closets & balcony overlooking the lush grounds. Outdoor space is complete w/stone patio, fire feature, outdoor kitchen, sparkling pool & spa w/fountains. A turn-key property ideal for entertaining in the heart of Cheviot!
Community Explore Cheviot Hills / Rancho
Sited within a short drive of Fox Studios and Sony Studios, you will find Cheviot Hills and Rancho Park. Boasting marvelous views of the Los Angeles Basin, Cheviot Hills was within the Spanish land known as Rancho Rincon de los Bueyes before being developed in the 1920s, and has since been frequently used as the backdrop and setting for many films and television shows ranging from The Ropers to Modern Family. From the 1920s to the early 1950s, the Santa Monica Air Line of the Pacific Electric Railway provided passenger service between Cheviot Hills, downtown Los Angeles, and downtown Santa Monica. The affluent neighborhood on Los Angeles’ Westside has also been home to several studio executives, actors, and TV personalities. The community is home to several Spanish Colonial ranch style homes and bungalows that are absolutely picture-perfect, attracting families, retired couples, and Millennials.
While Rancho Park is a small and quaint residential neighborhood in West Los Angeles cradled between Westwood and Cheviot Hills, this is one of the few communities in Los Angeles where stunning fall foliage can be spotted among the enclave of charming single-family homes. Originally developed in the 1920s as a middle-class neighborhood, most of these homes have since been renovated and reconstructed into larger and more contemporary architectural gems while still preserving their charm. Rancho Park Golf Course is easily accessible for locals to practice their swing, indulge in a round of tennis, or take a swim. Rancho Park borders the San Diego Freeway on the west, Olympic Boulevard on the north, Manning Avenue and Beverly Glen Boulevard on the east, and the Santa Monica Freeway on the south.
The tight-knit communities are the ultimate getaway for buyers who are looking to avoid the hustle and bustle of downtown Los Angeles while still being in close proximity.
- John O'Groats
- Hillcrest Country Club
- The Stalking Horse Brewery & Freehouse
- The Pico
- Jean-Georges Beverly Hills
- Mori Sushi