543 N Curson Ave Los Angeles, CA 90036
$16,000/MO | 5 BD | 6 BA | 4,459 SQFT
Sleek, striking and impressive, this three-story Miracle Mile Modern home is a home buyer's paradise.
Perfect for entertaining, the main level's open floorplan is fit with a powder room, kitchen with ample counter space, dining area and living room. Ideal for hosting guests, every main level room faces giant retractable glass windows which seamlessly leads to the backyard. Revel in privacy in the extraordinary backyard and finished with a huge patio area, pool, in-ground hot tub, and a fire feature Saunter upstairs to the mezzanine to find a spacious den, or continue upstairs towards 4 bedroom suites, including a large master en suite with a lavish bathroom, walk-in closet and patio overlooking the backyard. On the lower level is a fifth bedroom and bathroom that has direct access to the two-car garage. Topping off this remarkable home is an expansive rooftop deck offering 360-degree city light views.
Community Explore Beverly Grove / Miracle Mile
The iconic Beverly Grove/Miracle Mile is alive with culture, commercial development, and an eclectic mix of housing catering to everyone.
Originally established in 1921 by developer A.W. Ross, Beverly Center/Miracle Mile was envisioned to be the retail hub of the future to rival those that were already developed, such as Downtown Los Angeles – and he was right. By combining luxury department store shopping with free parking, he was able to lure high-end consumers from Beverly Hills and Hollywood.
Known for its unique Spanish two-story residences, original duplexes and single-family homes, Beverly Grove/Miracle Mile residents enjoy access to Museum Row, which includes the world-famous Los Angeles County of Modern Art (LACMA), the Petersen Automotive Museum, and the La Brea Tar Pits.
The family-friendly neighborhood is rich in history and culture and prospective buyers will want to move quickly in the market. The excitement of sitting on iconic Miracle Mile and being within walking distance of endless options for entertainment, attractions, dining, and shopping, it is no wonder the area has been nicknamed “America’s Champs Élysées.”
- Nobu Los Angeles
- Sushi Ginza Onodera
- Son of a Gun
- Kass restaurant - Wine & bar by Christophe Eme
- Genwa Korean BBQ
- Osteria Mozza