A Laurel Canyon Cottage Home With A Hollywood Past

By Leslie Anne Wiggins 

The bohemian-chic 1930s cottage of the late Oscar-nominated costume designer Theadora Van Runkle is for sale. Nestled in Los Angeles’s Laurel Canyon neighborhood, the home has historic charm and fantastic natural light.

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Sunlight fills the living room, while chandeliers hang from the wooden beams overhead. Select furnishings are available for purchase along with the property.

The whitewashed kitchen is equipped with a wide double sink and a dishwasher.

A formal dining area is adjacent to the living room.

The skylit master bedroom is outfitted with decorative glass-paneled cabinetry.

Stained glass windows illuminate the penny-tile-sheathed master bath.

A fireplace warms the master bedroom when the canyon gets chilly.

The studio workspace is off the master bedroom.

The property features plenty of outdoor space to enjoy the area’s relaxing atmosphere. The rustic property is known as Pebble Court.

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