178 N Carmelina Ave Los Angeles, 90049
$6,900,000 | 4 BD | 6 BA
Montecito style charming Spanish situated in prime north of Sunset Brentwood location.
Prvt & gated one-story encompassing 4 en suite bdrms, 5.5 ba's & an upstairs loft or convertible bdrm. Originally built in 1926 & adapted to today's current lifestyle by well-known Architect Marc Appleton. The home boasts a fabulous open gourmet chef's kit w/pitched wood beam ceils, a spacious eat-in area & a built in sitting area + a lrg FDR. The romantic master bedroom has a fireplace, balcony, extra-large spacious closet & bathroom w/dual baths that features a steam shower & sauna. The kit, dining room & mstr bdrm all open out to the tranquil backyard w/a resort like pool, spa, bar, a fabulous courtyard w/dining area & a barbeque, perfect for entertaining. The exceptional detached guest house is a good size & complete w/a living room, fireplace, kitchenette & separate bedroom. The grounds have lush mature landscaping throughout the property and off street parking for 8 cars.
Community Explore Brentwood Real Estate
Brentwood lies in the heart of the Westside of Los Angeles, burrowed in the slopes of the Santa Monica Mountains. It is just far enough from the bustle of the city while being close enough to the beach and with Hollywood just around the corner. An idyllic destination, Brentwood’s main streets are San Vicente Boulevard, Wilshire Boulevard, and Sunset Boulevard.
A sanctuary for its residents—who range from high-profile individuals and Hollywood A-listers to affluent families and UCLA students and faculty— Brentwood is a microcosm of Los Angeles culture. Neighborhoods within Brentwood include Brentwood Park, Brentwood Country Estates, Brentwood Circle, Brentwood Glen, Crestwood Hills, Mandeville Canyon, and Kenter Canyon. Brentwood real estate features an array of mid-century modern, Spanish Revival, Cape Cod, and Tudor-style homes.
Residents and tourists can find the area to be quite commercially driven, with its high-end boutiques and trendy restaurants, but it offers the utmost privacy as well. The area has the perfect blend of suburban comforts, a luxurious yet relaxed lifestyle, and a surprisingly hip vibe. When the neighborhood was developed at the turn of the century, it hosted several of the 1932 Olympic games. Rich in Hollywood history, Brentwood is now home to sprawling upscale single-family residences with impeccably manicured lawns, the Getty Center, and several hiking trails.
- Brentwood Country Club
- The Getty Center
- Brentwood Country Mart
- Skirball Cultural Center
- Geffen Playhouse Theatre
- Brentwood General Store
- Compartes Chocolatier
- Jon & Vinny's
- Mount Saint Mary's University, Los Angeles
- Brentwood Science Magnet
- Paul Revere Middle School
- Brentwood School
- The Archer School for Girls
- Milken Community High School
- Berkeley Hall