17204 Rancho St Encino, CA 91316
$3,850,000 | 5 BD | 7 BA | 5,331 SQFT
Hidden behind walls & gates in prestigious Rancho Estates, this phenomenal residence was reimagined in 2017 & combines polished sophistication w/a stylized Hampton’s flair. The tranquil idyllic setting is framed by majestic oaks & lush mature landscaping for unparalleled privacy. The stunning mostly 1 level residence blends contemporary styling w/clean lines & open concept living creating the perfect union of space & design. Welcomed by a striking 2 stry entry, the spacious interior is flooded by an abundance of natural light & enhanced by soaring ceilings, white oak flring, decorative moldings, cstm lighting & high-end fixtures lending to a strong architectural aesthetic. The flexible flrplan incl: a living rm w/a wall mounted frplc & built-in shelving, a fam rm w/entert center, a dining area & epicurean center isl kit w/quartz counters, cstm Egersman cabs, butler’s pantry & topline apls by Subzero & Wolf. A secondary family/game rm is located on the 2nd floor. A luxurious master offers vaulted exposed beam ceilings, marble frplc, glamorous walk-in closet, access to a priv side yard & a lux spa quality bath w/marble dressing area, dual vanities, oversized 2-person shower & dramatic soaking tub.
Community Explore Encino Real Estate
If you are seeking a private, high-end urban haven, Encino is the place for you. The celebrity enclave is centrally located, just north of Bel-Air and Brentwood, with Tarzana to the west, Sherman Oaks to the east, and Reseda to the north.
Whether prospective buyers are searching for hillside living or dwelling in the flats, Encino has quite an inventory to offer on either side of the iconic Ventura Boulevard, one of Encino’s main arteries.
Known as The Valley’s Miracle Mile, the hot spot for upscale shops, boutiques, and dining options can be found on Ventura Boulevard between White Oak and Balboa.
Anchored by several lush parks and stunning grounds, nature lovers can enjoy the five-acre Los Encinos State Historic Park, the Sepulveda Dam, and Sepulveda Gardens.
Much like its neighbor Tarzana, Encino remained somewhat rural well into the 1920s when Hollywood was in need of ranch land to film which would later be sites for classics “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”
- Okumura Restaurant
- Cici's Cafe
- Le Pain Quotidien
- Larsen's Restaurants
- Wanderlust Creamery
- Vino Wine & Tapas Room
- NARA Mediterranean Bistro and Lounge
- Blu Jam Cafe
- Sepulveda Basin Sports Complex