Sacramento Bee: ‘Architectural gem’ is for sale in California — and has a unique wall finish

Courtney Poulos’ listing at 4121 Clayton Avenue is featured in the Sacramento Bee. Read more.

Los Angeles has a lot of trendy neighborhoods that attract younger crowds who are consumed with the art district sort of life, and Los Feliz is one of them. And if there ever was a house that captures the essence of what makes the neighborhood special, this residence that just hopped on the real estate market for $3.2 million is it. Resting at the bottom of Franklin Hills, this four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom “architectural gem” is close to Los Feliz Village and has plenty of unique features in and around it that help it stand out. However, there’s one that you won’t see just anywhere: a Roman Clay wall finish, according to the the listing on ACME Real Estate says.

“Enter through the custom Douglas Fir front door to an open floor plan featuring 10’ ceilings, Roman Clay wall finish and an ample dining area with picture window and sky views,” the listing says. “Designer lighting illuminates each space, casting a glow on the solid white oak hardwood floors and highlighting the natural stone countertops that grace the home.” A Roman Clay finish is made of natural ingredients and is a smooth surface that has a “modeling marble-like effect, comparable to Venetian plasters but with a more subtle, organic appeal,” Portola Paints says.

Other notable features, per the listing, include: Chef’s kitchen Oversized living room City views Accessory dwelling unit The listing is held by Courtney Poulos of ACME Real Estate.



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