The year is 1949. Charles Du Bois, AIA and Alexander Construction Co., mostly known for their Palm Springs mid-century houses, launch a collection of charming ranch bungalows in their North Encino Homes development. Here is an opportunity to own one of their rare early projects right here in Los Angeles. This is the space you've been looking for, in the neighborhood you've been dreaming of finding. 6602 Enfield is located in a charming, tree-lined neighborhood, where friendly neighbors take post-work strolls and catch up with each other. The open kitchen and living room has extra flex space (perfect for that much needed home office or play area) plus a separate pantry with room for a coffee bar and extra storage. A full bathroom off of the kitchen is ideal for guests. Further inside, your expansive living room with charming built-in shelves opens to a covered porch. This living area was added to the home in 2007 and flows seamlessly with the rest of the floor plan. Mullioned glass sliding doors flood the space with natural light. The home features plantation shutters throughout. Each of the three bedrooms has the original charming, ample closets. The bedrooms are located off of a shared hallway that also gives access to the second full bath for plenty of privacy. Hang out solo or entertain a crowd in your extra-large yard. This lot is almost 7,000 sq ft! If you're looking to add a pool or ADU to your next home, you won't have to choose. There's room for both. The kitchen features a pro-style gas stovetop on the spacious island, with sexy quartz counters throughout. Plan your own personal coffee bar in the pantry, which also features a microwave installed under counter to save counter space. Other upgrades include newer sewer drains, electrical panel, and recently serviced newer HVAC. Enjoy the newer windows, sliding door, premium water-resistant flooring, and kitchen. The fence and gates that surround the property are newer, along with the sprinkler system, and there are outdoor outlets for the perfect party lighting and holiday decorations. Just down the street is 160-acre Lake Balboa Park with a 26 acre lake. Enjoy swan boats, fishing, a fun playground, wide open meadows of lush grass, golf courses, the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve and a sports complex. You can also walk your pooch 5 blocks to the Sepulveda Dam off-leash dog park. Or ride a short distance to the 18 mile Orange Line Bike Path. Trader Joe's is a 5-minute drive, and a 10-minute drive gets you to Ventura Boulevard, where you can find all your favorite cafes, restaurants, and shops. Welcome home to 1949Midcentury.com.
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