Sold! It`s not all about the view here, but you can see downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood, Century City, the Griffith Park Observatory, and Glendale from both the decks. Imagine the 4th of July party you can have while you watch the parade of fireworks! Life goes on inside this 1964 modern with spacious, wood-beamed high-ceilings upstairs for the kitchen, dining, living and office nook. The two bedrooms are at ground level with their own balcony and views and there is a spacious 2-car garage as well. Enjoy the birds, the quiet, the feeling of living out in the country only 20 minutes from Los Angeles City Hall. Upgrades include a retrofitted foundation, copper plumbing, a tankless water heater, and a newer roof with 4 inches of insulation. Structural engineer and architect Arthur Levin, who actually wrote the book on building hillside homes, helped with the design for this small development of 7 hillside homes. The breeze comes up every afternoon to bring ocean-cooled air through the valley below and up through the French doors that open onto your decks.