Adjacent to the Melrose Hill District rests this stunning circa 1916 craftsman. Boasting three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this home has maintained its original architecture with over 1700 sqft of living space.
As you walk in you are taken by handcrafted built-in shelving and original moldings, along with engineered hardwood flooring throughout. The living room offers the original wood-burning fireplace that decorates the space with warmth and charm. Along with this, the home hosts ample natural light for a bright and inviting environment. The dining room has adequate storage and display space with its built-in shelving; the historically accurate chandelier influences the space with elegance and ambiance. The primary bedroom is large with plenty of storage, two closets, a lounging area, and a vanity area. The primary bathroom has also been fully updated.
As if this is not enough, 819 N Hobart offers an additional 662 sqft. legal unit that is detached and perched above the two-car garage. Offering two bedrooms and one bathroom, this vacant unit has views of Griffith Park Observatory, the historic Hollywood sign, and the Downtown Los Angeles Skyline. This place is perfect for family or guests visiting. One of the garages has also been renovated to include also a small bathroom and a closet. This can be utilized as a home office, creative space, or a possible ADU.
This magnificent property is fully enclosed to give the owner privacy and has been reimagined with new landscaping featuring over 81 lush ficus trees and artificial grass. Simply put, this is the perfect place to call home.