1206 South Burnside is a delightful new offering from Made Dwellings. Perfectly central and situated in the newly coined Midtown, just minutes from the Miracle Mile, museums, great restaurants and shopping. This perfectly appointed home has it all.
As you walk up the front pathway, this house greats you with original charm and authenticity. The gated and private front patio is a perfect place to enjoy your morning coffee.
As you enter the Clementine-hued front door you are welcomed by a spacious, open concept great room with sprawling black walnut hardwood floors throughout. An expansive living room filled with natural light streaming through the new Milgard windows is perfect for both family time and friends.
The fireplace has been tastefully adorned with glass subway tile.
The cook’s kitchen will inspire both the amateur and seasoned chef with it’s Kitchen Aid stainless steel appliances, 16 gauged kitchen sink, quartz countertops, custom cabinetry, and Hansgrophe fixtures.
A hallway with ample built-in storage leads you to the first of two perfect full baths, loaded with gorgeous tile detailing and Kohler sinks and toilet.
The second and third bedroom are perfect sized for crib, kids, or guests.
The long hallway separates the bedrooms from the exquisite Master that includes a large walk-in closet, designated sitting room area (or possible office), with en suite, boasting Walker Zanger designer-tiles and hexagon marble floors.
A soaking tub completes this beautiful spa-like retreat.
Mahogany framed French doors open to the generous, backyard, blanketed in a perfect emerald green layer of grass with newly installed sprinkler system. This well-formed yard is ready and yearning for either swing-set or back deck BBQ.
A 2-car garage and long driveway complete this idyllic and elegantly flowing home. As well as being cosmetically pleasing, this house has the goods: newly updated electrical system, foundation, plumbing, tank-less water heater and filter, water softener, HVAC system, new roof, foundation, wired for internet, security, and phone. All this and more actualizes this move-in, ready Made Dwelling . This beautiful house is waiting for someone to turn it into a home.
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Listed By: Andrew Sanchez & Nava Plotsky, ACME Real Estate
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We are thrilled to share our interview with our clients (generally amazing architects/designers) Undisclosable with ACME readers!
1. WHAT INSPIRED THE CONCEPT OF UNDISCLOSABLE?
On the one hand we’d grown a bit tired of what felt like the tyranny (or curse) of the starchitect: buildings predominantly as expressions of the architect’s brand, more so than an embodiment of the client’s sensibility/brand. Ultimately, we are a service industry. Our purpose is to articulate and concretize the desires of our client into the “built environment” through the lens of our expertise. Certainly our work has common threads running through it particularly as it relates to quality, detailing and experiential sensitivity, but our goal is to push our client’s agenda.
Secondly, in the office, we often discuss the origin of design concepts and find word-based articulation of such, a verbalization of that “ah-ha” moment, extraordinarily difficult to identify/disclose. Intuition is a powerful design force, allowing for the connection and collation of impossibly large amounts of information. Relevance lies in direct experience.
Thirdly, we are involved with projects, the particulars of which we are legally bound from disclosing (literally, undisclosable!). There are also projects within which we operate as ghost designer, a condition which necessitates zero public disclosure of our presence/influence. At the time of our formation, inspiration for our name was taken from a truly invigorating project that we could not tell anyone about due to non disclosure agreements. The client was (and remains) brilliant, generous and truly inspirational.
2. WHO OR WHAT INSPIRES YOU RIGHT NOW?
Our clients first and foremost. We have had the good fortune of producing work for rare and idea catalyzing experts in their respective fields. Each project has been unique and eye-openingly educational.
We also look to industries adjacent to architecture for inspiration, such as music, fashion and film. We find the overlaps between these to be rich arenas. In 2011 we collaborated on a large scale installation art piece for The Creators Project who enabled a fantastic collaboration between film director Jonathan Glazer, UK band Spiritualized, UK based audio visual studio One of Us and ourselves to produce an immersive experiential physical manifestation of the song Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space. The piece was first showcased at Coachella 2011 and later that year in New York for a limited two week engagement. The resonance of that piece is one of the most fragile and powerful projects with which we have ever been involved.
3. TO YOU, WHAT IS THE BEST “SECRET SPOT” IN LOS ANGELES AND WHY?
Currently, to us, the best secret spot is our backyard, the Garden of Edenhurst in Atwater Village, which we designed and built as our wedding reception venue and for continued entertaining and enjoyment of California’s enviable weather. It is within walking distance of a very beautiful, tranquil, walkable, wildlife laden stretch of the L.A. River.
We also thoroughly enjoy the Largo at the Coronet. The venue’s intimate atmosphere makes it feel like a secret. We are huge fans of stand up comedy and have seen some tremendous performances there: Louis CK, Patton Oswalt, Sarah Silverman, Zach Galifianakis, Janeane Garofalo, as well as great music performances like Aimee Mann and Andrew Bird.
4. WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE L.A. NEIGHBORHOOD AND WHY?
We love Atwater Village where we’ve resided since 2008. It is a very pedestrian friendly area with beautiful mature trees at the base of Griffith Park. There are lovely restaurants, great coffee and pastries, a healthy selection of bars, neighborly (community), ethnically and generationally diverse, well-vegetated, river adjacent, and logistically well positioned for accessing the rest of LA. Our offices are located in the Arts District, and we are absolutely loving it there. There is a rich concentration of creatives, development capital and consequent growth. It is also quite walkable, close to SCI_Arc and a fantastic urban counterpoint to tranquil Atwater Village.
5. WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY?
First and foremost, meaningful interaction with good people. Family, good friends, our beloved animals (Linus and Lulu our goldens and Winston our gray tuxedo cat). A job well done, efficiently produced, aesthetically potent, programmatically enlivening that is both profitable and beyond the expectations of the client. The success of our clients and friends. Good food and libations. Good music. Each other.
6. WHO ARE YOUR FAVORITE ARCHITECTS OR DESIGNERS OF THE MOMENT?
We are attracted to architects and designers who on the one hand combat the ephemerality of trend, people who are in it for the long haul, and yet on the other hand produce work that is of our time, that relishes our time. As far as tried and true are concerned: Herzog and DeMeuron, Enrique Miralles, Toyo Ito, Kazuyo Sejima. As far as newer folks go, we absolutely love Cerre’s work in fashion.
7. WHAT MAKES UNDISCLOSABLE UNIQUE?
Our team. Our clients. Our approach. Our approachability.
8. ANY EXCITING THINGS COMING UP?
Definitely. We are pretty deep in the design of a ground up single family home in the Pacific Palisades that we are very excited about. We also have a few new LA hospitality projects on the horizon that are positioned to be extraordinary. We recently finished up Bucato in Culver City where Chef Evan Funke serves up the truly best pasta in Los Angeles.
The coastal modern traditional by bettershelter with an amazing new price of 1.1M! Sited on a peaceful cul-de-sac in a perfect pocket of Studio City is 12626 Rye Street, a stunning 3BR/2BA re-envisioned gem.
According to Justin Bayle at CS Financial, for as little as $165,000 down, you can own this home with monthly payments at around $3900! Call Justin at 310–777-3600 for more details.
A bright and sunny eat-in kitchen looks out to the recreation center and boasts Carrara countertops, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, brand new hex tile and full-size laundry area.
A wide open living/formal dining space offers dark hardwood floors, decorative fireplace and modern lighting. A bonus sun room and office open to the sparkling pool and entertainer’s terrace. Set up your grill and get ready for a sunny summertime pool party!
Imagine waking up to glimpses of the pool through new french doors off the master suite. A freshly tiled master bath with dual custom Carrara vanities is clean and inviting.
The large bedrooms offer plenty of creative possibilities — one even comes with its own sitting room and two large closets.
Additional improvements include: new landscaping and fencing, new roof, updated plumbing and electric, new central heat and air, NEST thermostat, tankless hot water heating, retrofit foundation, and more!
With the fun and friendly Studio City Recreation Center/park located across the street, and within easy distance to Coffee Fix, Studio City public library and the shops/restaurants of Ventura Boulevard, the location can’t be beat! Welcome home!
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