Meticulously Curated Craftsman in Harvard Heights

1716 South Hobart Blvd.

$9,995 a month

  • 3 Bed / 3 Bath
  • 2,868 soft
  • Fully furnished
  • 3-4 month lease

This spectacular home is the embodiment of the quintessential Los Angeles craftsman, yet the exquisite details throughout make 1716 S. Hobart a one-of-a-kind gem. 
For 17 years, the home has been the personal canvas for a well-known design professional, and it’s clear that the finished work is a masterpiece that no ordinary investor or “flipper” has the talent or time to mimic. Built in 1905, the property has been preserved with deference to period aesthetics and modern utility.
As soon as you step through the extra-wide original oak front door, you’ll discover one oasis after another, starting with the striking sizable foyer. Natural light fills the space, and the box beams ceiling in the living room and dining room currently used as a den/tv room create a striking aesthetic that will be sure to impress. 
The kitchen is a chef’s dream and will inspire even a novice to become a cooking enthusiast. The Lacanche French stove is a focal point of the large open area, at 55” wide with 6 burners, a warming cupboard, plus gas and convection ovens. The timeless and beautiful countertops are Calcutta gold marble, and the Omega custom cabinets are of exceptional quality. All that, plus a Jenn Aire Frig, Bosch Dishwasher, Steam Valve Originals Faucet, and a Kalista 40” farmhouse sink. 
Up the beautiful oak staircase, you’ll find three bedrooms each with ample closet space. The Master Bath is quite spacious, with an antique dual bath clawfoot tub and separate shower with high-end plumbing fixtures. 
Located on a wide street in the middle of the block, the property is not close to any major roads, so you’ll feel like you’re in the quiet suburbs, yet you’re in the middle of a bustling and up-and-coming area of Los Angeles. 
For more info on this special piece of Los Angeles history, email us or give us a call at (323) 412-9060.
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