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Charming triplex compound in Los Feliz seeks $1.35M

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Start a little commune

At the back of the property, there’s a two-story “farmhouse” and a contemporary detached studio.
Photos by Charmaine David, courtesy of Tracy Do/Compass

Here’s a chance to create that friends and family compound you’ve daydreamed about.

In the heart of Los Feliz, this 6,724-square-foot lot holds a 1913 Spanish-esque duplex, each with one bedroom and one bath, fronted by a yard with raised garden beds. Each of the units has built-ins, a clawfoot tub, and a retro kitchen.

In the back, there’s a charming standalone, two-story “farmhouse”-style bungalow with two bedrooms, a loft, and a bonus room. The interior of the little dwelling, which was built in 1920, is clad in beadboard.

There’s also a contemporary detached studio that could be used as workspace or, as the listing notes, extra living quarters.

In total, there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms, with 2,220 square feet of lovely, light-filled living spaces. There’s usable outdoor space too, including a little patio shaded by mature trees.

Strolling distance to the shops, bars, and restaurants on Hillhurst and Vermont avenues, the property at 4548 Melbourne Avenue is listed with Tracy Do at an asking price of $1.35 million.

The Spanish-style duplex is divided into two one-bedroom apartments.
The duplex contains two one-bedroom apartments, each with built-ins.
Both duplex kitchens have vintage stoves.
The living room in the 1920s “farmhouse.”
The “farmhouse” has 1,416 square feet across two levels.
All of the bathrooms are outfitted with clawfoot tubs.