Open House Obsession: Six New Design-Centric Homes in a Walkable Beverly Grove, From $1.5M

By Philip Ferrato

Where: 144 South Hayworth Avenue, Beverly Grove
When: Sunday, July 17 from 2:00pm-4:00pm
Asking: $1,449,000
What: Beverly Grove Homes, a design-centric enclave of new six residences built in the center of the Beverly Grove neighborhood. Designed by architect Ken Stockton for Los Angeles developers HGTL, the project takes advantage  of LA’s 2014 Small Lot Ordinance, enabling developers to subdivide underused lots to create more more low-rise density, and now being deployed in projects throughout LA. Beverly Grove Homes consists of two single-family homes plus a pair of duplexes, and this freshly-completed 4-level home is chic, crisp and smart, with multiple outdoor spaces.

To read the full article click “Keep Reading” or visit their website here.

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What We Love: Intended for a walkable neighborhood, the units’ private garages are EV-ready and there’s a greywater system in place for the sustainable landscaping. Plus impeccable detailing throughout.

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More: Go to the dedicated site for additional information, green features, images, and floor plans. Below, a glimpse of the terrace from the master bedroom.

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