Built in 1952, this charming 4 bed, 2 bath, 1,090 sq ft home sits idyllically in the hills on a quiet cul-de-sac. Surrounded by fruit trees and tucked under the canopy of one of the largest Fiddle Leaf fig trees in LA, this mid-century modern refuge has undergone an extensive renovation with a thoughtfully considered floor plan that offers simplicity and flow. The bedrooms enjoy expansive canyon views. The kitchen has been reimagined with custom cabinetry and sizeable windows overlooking the patio and landscaping. Other gracious details include hardwood floors, exposed wood beam ceilings, and a hand-carved custom barn door. An enormous partial finished basement/crawlspace suggests the perfect office or creative studio, opening up to magical gardens and an extended level covered patio and yard. This property is located minutes away from City Terrace Park, world-famous iconic murals and arguably the best Mexican food in the city, including Alvarez Bakery and Raspados Zacatecas.