New York Times: $3 Million Homes in California
The New York Times features Cari Field’s listing – 3295 Bennett, Los Angeles.
A three-bedroom house with two and a half bathrooms, plus a one-bedroom, one-bathroom guesthouse, built in 1933 on a half-acre lot
This cottage-style home in the Hollywood Hills is a 10-minute drive from the nightclubs and music venues of Hollywood, as well as the cafes and shopping of quieter Studio City. It is a five-minute drive from the base of the hiking trail at Runyon Canyon Park, one of the city’s most popular outdoor exercise spots.
The home, which takes advantage of the privacy that comes with an extra-large lot, has multiple entrances off patios, gardens and play areas. A number of musicians have lived in the house, which includes a garage converted into a recording studio.
Size: 2,957 square feet
Price per square foot: $1,009
Indoors: A privacy gate separates the property from the street. At the pedestrian entrance, a stone footpath leads to a brick patio with multiple doors; one of them opens to the kitchen, which was remodeled in 2015, with blue-and-white tile floors, a farmhouse sink and a La Cornue stove. A wooden banquette is built into a corner, and marble-topped cabinets and a matching island offer ample storage space.
Off the kitchen is a small mudroom with a half bathroom; to the left is a dining room with hardwood floors and French doors that open to patios on either side of the house.
Read more at nytimes.com. See the full listing here.