Unique Franklin Hills midcentury remodeled and seeking $1.785M

By Bianca Barragan

On a hillside in Los Feliz’s Franklin Hills, this singular midcentury home features angled windows, oak floors, a remodeled kitchen, and an asymmetrical vaulted ceiling that give the place a cool inside-of-a-ship look. Unlike most boats, however, this 2,400-square-foot residence is an airy, bright, and spacious place to hang your hat.

Built in 1963 and designed by architect Stephen Alan Siskind, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom house features multiple outdoor spaces, including one with a built-in barbecue area and fireplace.

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